Yearly Archives : 2013


Energy Efficiency Council awards for Genesis Now

Australia’s peak body for energy efficiency, the Energy Efficiency Council, presented two awards to Genesis Now, at the 2013 annual conference and Gala Dinner.

The categories and awards:

Leadership. ¬†Geoff Andrews was recognised with the “2013 Energy Efficiency Champion” award.
The award is for achievements in a wide range of energy efficiency fields,

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Genesis Now approved as Energy Performance Contractor

5th September 2013

Genesis Now has been invited to join the panel of pre-approved energy performance contractors, by the Victorian Government, Department of Treasury and Finance.

This follows a rigorous examination of Genesis Now’s energy and water efficiency analysis, engineering skills and energy and water efficiency project implementation skills.

We can now bid

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Clean Technology Investment Program during Caretaker Period

CTIP applications continue to be received and assessed during caretaker period but no funds will be granted before the election…..

CTIP Update (another one).. 7th August 2013 

Effective 7th August, the Commonwealth Government of Australia entered a ‘caretaker’ period, which will last until a new Government is formed, or at least until

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CTIP update application merit criterion adjusted

5th August 2013

Australian Clean Technology Investment Program (CTIP) August Update!
Hot on the heels of the July 16 ‘re-profiling’ announcement AusIndustry have made changes to their review process when considering applications for funding.

Basically, the changes incorporate the anticipated carbon price of $6 per tonne of CO2 from mid 2014, and will

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Hume City Council Lighting the Way on Energy Efficiency

Congratulations Hume City Council, huge grant to boost energy efficiency, reduce greenhouse gases, and light the way for the community.

Hume City Council has received a grant of $M1.9, to accelerate and boost energy efficiency initiatives in Melbourne’s North.

From the Hume City Council media release:
“Energy efficiency works including lighting upgrades, installation

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