The Moreland Energy Foundation today advised industry about what consumers really think about flexible pricing tools and price comparators, after the launch three weeks ago of widespread flexible pricing across Victoria...
Home buyers will lose thousands of dollars if the Government scraps the 6 star standard for new homes.
New research conducted by the Moreland Energy Foundation (MEFL) with a Pascoe Vale liquor store ‘Bottle King’ has found energy cost savings for that business of $1,300 per year, through the installation of simple energy saving devices...
The Baillieu Government has announced that it will significantly reduce support for solar, phasing out the premium feed-in tariff and replacing it with a much lower 25 cent ‘transitional’ tariff from 1 January 2012.
Moreland Energy Foundation’s Energy Policy Advocate Eli Court expressed disappointment at the decision...
MEFL's response to the Federal Government announcement of its carbon pricing measures.
"Businesses and households in Moreland have already been taking steps to save energy and cut costs,
and are well prepared to respond to the introduction of the carbon price from July next year..."
A community bulk-buy program backed by inner-Melbourne councils is helping residents navigate the complexities surrounding rebates and incentives available for solar installations...
Moreland Council and the not-for-profit Moreland Energy Foundation are developing a blueprint for the creation of decentralized energy hubs via a pilot carbon neutral project at the Fawkner Leisure Centre precinct.
Adopt-a-Tree plantings to mark launch of 1100-home sustainability pilot in Moreland ‘mini’ suburb
Last year, the Moreland Energy Foundation Ltd (MEFL) in collaboration with Darebin City Council implemented a solar hot water bulk-buy program for Moreland and Darebin residents...
MEFL has recently received notification that Servco, the company appointed to co-ordinate
the bulk-buy program, may go into receivership...
The Moreland Energy Foundation has called on the Federal Government to redirect hundreds of millions of dollars recently cut from “green” energy programs towards helping households and businesses respond to the introduction of a price on carbon.
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