EAGA Update – March 2024

Welcome to the March 2024 edition of the EAGA news round-up. Highlights from this edition are an advocacy win on zero-emission vehicles, an Alliance submission to the First Nations Clean Energy Strategy Consultation and EAGA's new LinkedIn page. Subscribe to receive EAGA news direct to your inbox Advocacy win: Fuel Efficiency Standards In May 2023, the Victorian Greenhouse Alliances responded
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EAGA Update – November 2023

Welcome to the November 2023 edition of the EAGA news round-up. Highlights from this edition include our annual report, the launch of a project to develop business cases for neighbourhood batteries, and EAGA’s latest advocacy submissions. Subscribe to receive EAGA news direct to your inbox Annual Report 2022/23 Against the backdrop of developments in climate policy at both federal and
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EAGA Update – August 2023

AusNet Electrification pilot AusNet has approved EAGA’s proposal to fund an electrification pilot for vulnerable households. The pilot seeks to better understand the impact of electrification on households, both from a network perspective and a vulnerable customer perspective. The energy provider will allocate $1.5M to the initiative over the next couple of years. The aim is to quantify the network
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EAGA Update – May 2023

Release of Adaptative Community Assets report EAGA’s sector-leading Adaptive Community Assets project will assist councils in understanding the financial risks posed by climate change to council assets. Local Governments will play a key role in facilitating community adaptation across Greater Melbourne, however the lack of evidence to support council decision-making is already presenting a challenge for the sector. Advocacy submissions
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EAGA Update – November 2022

New research supports councils transition to electric vehicle fleets Image Source: Institute for Sensible Transport 2022 The transport sector represents the fastest growing source of emissions in Victoria. Emissions from EAGA councils’ vehicle fleets is approximately 500 tonnes per year, on average.  Councils can play a direct role in reducing emissions from transport by switching their standard internal combustion engine
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