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Heaters: oil column vs gas vs electric radiant vs electric fan

Monday, 16 March 2015

They're a must-have for cold winter nights, but which portable heater generates the most sustainable warmth?

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Instant expert: Insulation

Thursday, 3 July 2014

Find out all you never knew about insulation; learn how different types of insulation work, and how to choose the most useful kind to improve comfort and energy efficiency in your home.

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3 ways to: Reduce your heater's running costs

Friday, 30 May 2014

It's the time of year when heating bills for many households will take a leap into the stratosphere. Learn how to minimise your winter heating costs, and maintain your comfort, with these three no-cost behaviour changes that will instantly save you energy and money.

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Heating your home right

Monday, 13 May 2013

Making the right heater choice can decrease your carbon footprint and your bills.

Sustain-Ability Workshops

July 17 & 19

The latest of the Sustain-Ability workshop series are sure to keep you warm this winter, as ABC TV's Carbon Cop, Lish Fejer shows us the most efficient ways of heating and draught-proofing the home.

These one hour workshops will demonstrate easy, strategic ways to stay warm without raking up a huge electricity bill, starting with the most efficient use of various types of portable space heaters.

Follow on and find out where all that heat escapes in your home at the draught-proofing workshop and learn about the most effective and easiest ways to seal in the heat.

Where: Canberra Environment Centre, Cnr Lennox Crossing and Lawson Cres, ACTON ACT
When: 6PM to 7PM, Tuesday July 17 & Thursday July 19, 2012.
Cost: $5 Carbon Challenge Participants / $15 General Public
Click here for more information.

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Winter warmers: 3 eco-friendly ways to keep warm

Tuesday, 10 August 2010

It’s tempting to crank up the heater or plug in an electric blanket, but that’ll wreck all the effort you made to save energy earlier in the year. What are your winter warming tips?

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