Energy Efficiency

Energy Efficiency

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New Trial Examines Viability Of Replacing Fluorescent Tubes With LED Lights

Friday, 22 January 2010

MEDIA RELEASE - 22 January 2010A new lighting trial reveals barriers and trends to making LED lighting viable for widespread...
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Dairy farms in Victoria

Thursday, 20 November 2008

MEDIA RELEASE DAIRY farms in Victoria could save nearly $6000 a year and substantially cut their greenhouse gas emissions, a...
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Your organisation can save money, cut its greenhouse gas emissions, and demonstrate good corporate citizenship

CarbonetiX can help your organisation cost-effectively reduce its energy use and thus its greenhouse gas emissions and energy bills. Operating since 2002, we have a history of assisting our customers achieve and sustain significant energy and carbon savings, and in tracking those savings.

Westernport Secondary College Energy Savings

For example since 2004 CarbonetiX has assisted Westernport Secondary College to cut its energy consumption by 52% and save 287 tonnes of GHG and $36,000 a year!

With energy prices rising and climate change of great concern, reducing your energy use will provide your organisation with the some or all of the following benefits:

  • Energy cost savings
  • Greenhouse gas savings
  • Reduced maintenance costs
  • Improved public image
  • An improved ability to attract and retain talented people (especially Gen Y)
  • Insurance against the energy cost increases that will arise from an emissions trading scheme
  • A more comfortable work place


What would be the benefits to your organisation from cost-effectively cutting its energy use?