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Energy efficiency rules considered for Northern Territory buildings, years after other states – ABC News

Many office workers in Darwin find themselves reaching for a jacket before lunchtime, shivering inside some of the country’s least-energy-efficient buildings. Now…



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Even on a sweltering hot day in the tropics, consultant Anya Lorimer is ready to rug up for meetings in Darwin’s heavily air-conditioned office buildings.
Key points:

  • From May, government builds costing more than $3 million will have to meet minimum energy efficiency standards
  • The Planning Minister says the study will “hopefully” convince industry to support the rules already in place in other states
  • Researchers say inaction on energy efficiency requirements has left the NT behind the rest of the…

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