The Queensland Government’s successful ClimateSmart Home Service will be expanded and extended for another two years.
The new and improved program will continue to help Queenslanders cut their energy use and reduce their power bills.
The government will continue to provide free energy-saving products, such as energy efficient light globes and energy monitors so people can track their own energy usage.
Since the program launched in January 2009, more than 240 000 households have signed up to the bill-busting program. Collectively, these Queensland households will save up to $78 million on their power and water bills and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by up to 4.3 million tonnes.
The ClimateSmart Home Service, which is the largest in-home program delivered in Australia, is a key initiative towards achieving the Government’s Toward Q2 target to cut Queenslanders’ carbon footprint by one-third by 2020.
To book a service phone 133 600 or visit www.climatesmarthome.com