Energy Efficiency


Saving Energy

Taking action to reduce your energy use through making changes around the home, considering how you design your new house, or how you operate your business can help both your finances and the environment. 

While renewable sources of energy are on the increase, the majority of the energy we consume is still generated using fossil fuels. The process of extracting these fossil fuels has impacts on the natural environment and their use to power our offices and homes emits carbon dioxide - a gas that contributes to climate change. By reducing our energy use at work, school and at home, we are reducing the levels of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere.

Conserving energy is also a good way to trim excess costs from the family budget. There are some simple things that you can do to save money on your various energy bills.  Firstly, visit Council's PowerDown Campbelltown web page and watch the video on the programs we are running.

You can also visit the SA Government's energy web pages for loads more information on managing your energy use.

Easy Ways to Save Energy at Home

Taking control of your energy use and bills is easy. Discover what you can do to save energy and manage your energy bills.

More information can be found here.


Energy Efficiency for Businesses

Reducing the amount of energy your business uses could help your bottom line.

More information can be found here.

Building an Energy Efficient Home

Building a new home or extending an existing home is an excellent opportunity to include energy efficient and environmentally sustainable design features. These features will make your home more comfortable, environmentally friendly and can significantly reduce your ongoing energy costs.

More information can be found here.


Energy providers and reading your bill

There is a bewildering array of retail energy providers that offer a range of services and discounts. An easy way to compare suppliers and find the best deal for your circumstances is at the government web site Energy Made Easy.

Confused about what your bill is telling you or have an unusually high bill?  Some tips on the best way to tackle it can be found here.

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