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A Local Energy Action Plan (LEAP) was adopted by Council in November 2010 in seeking to provide a cleaner future to the next generation through encouragement of alternative energy resources and smarter use of energy. The LEAP also seeks to reduce greenhouse emissions throughout the Shire. The endorsed LEAP (2010) set the following carbon reduction targets for the corporate (Shire) and community sectors:
A requirement of the adopted LEAP was to undertake a review of the document on a regular basis to determine whether the Shire and community are progressing towards achieving LEAP objectives. A review of the LEAP (2010) document was undertaken in 2013/2014 which included undertaking an audit of energy use, emissions and energy costs for each financial year, starting from 2006/07 (base year) through to the end of 2012/13. The review includes the following scope of work:
The revised LEAP document has been initiated by Council for advertising purposes and is available for public comment until 26th June 2014. Following review of submissions the document will be adopted and made available through the website.
Your Home website is a suite of consumer and technical guide materials and tools developed to encourage the design, construction or renovation of homes to be comfortable, healthy and more environmentally sustainable.
The site gives you the information you need to design and build a more comfortable home that is less expensive to run while more environmentally friendly. Written by designers and builders,it is a tool for creating a home that is enjoyable to live in, cost effective and environmentally sensitive.
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