The City of Sydney Council has awarded property developer Stockland the first ever national award for improving office energy efficiency. Stockland received the inaugural CitySwitch signatory of the year award. CitySwitch is an initiative assisting companies leasing office space to improve their energy efficiency. Stockland was commended for being a green market leader demonstrating innovation, […]
December 21st, 2010
The City of Sydney Council has awarded property developer Stockland the first ever national award for improving office energy efficiency.
Stockland received the inaugural CitySwitch signatory of the year award.
CitySwitch is an initiative assisting companies leasing office space to improve their energy efficiency. Stockland was commended for being a green market leader demonstrating innovation, for its commitment to pursuing office energy efficiency and ability to find creative solutions.
Stockland’s head office has a top 5 star NABERS enery rating, achieved by sub-metering to monitor energy use, motion sensors for lighting, energy efficient appliances, replacing all CRT monitors with flat screen LCDs, timed air-conditioning switches and educated and engaged staff.
Click here for more information on the CitySwitch program.
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