Sustainable House Day is Sunday 14 September 2014
Sustainable House Day in Darwin is part of a national day of events, held in September, aimed at showing the public the wide variety of sustainably built homes and sustainable living practices. Sustainable House Day started in 2001. Since 2008, COOLmob has been hosting the event in Darwin, with financial support to do so from the Territory government.
Efficient cooling, effective savings.
Energy savings for low income communities plus innovative social research in a major new project for COOLmob.
Smart Cooling in the Tropics is COOLmob’s newest initiative. This two year project (2014 and 2015) sees us working with a consortium of social welfare and research partners to deliver energy efficiency measures which will help low income householders save energy and save on power bills while finding low-energy ways to keep cool.
COOLmob’s popular Sustainable Neighbourhoods program has finished, but we will still keep our great neworks of Darwin residents connected! People from ten different neighbourhoods have come together to learn about sustainable living, share tips from actions they’re already taking and get to know their neighbours.
COOLmob has traditionally offered low cost or free home energy audits for Top End residents, part of a service supported by NT Government and PowerWater Corporation.
This service ceased in 2013, but we’re hopeful we will one day offer discounted audits again. In the meantime, visit Smart Cooling in the Tropics to see if you may qualify for a free home energy audit.
Book an audit
COOLmob offers full-price home energy audits starting from $320 per house. Prices vary depending on distance from Darwin. Contact COOLmob to discuss your needs, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning 8981 2532.
The average electricity consumption of a Darwin household is around 25kWh per day, which ends up costing you about $2,658 each year. An investment in a COOLmob home energy audit can save you anywhere from 10% to 30% off your home’s consumption, saving you between $248 and $742 each year. Now that’s smart! Call us to find out more.
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