We are working with government and corporate partners to ensure that low-income households have access to best practice energy efficiency programs.
Our recent work includes:
The Brotherhood of St Laurence is working with Monash Sustainability and other project partners to assess the effectiveness of the Home Energy Efficiency Upgrade Project. Read more »
Within this submission, we supported the inclusion of minimum health, safety and amenity standards for rental housing, especially standards for energy efficiency. Read more »
The Brotherhood of St Laurence is working to ensure energy efficient target schemes, which obligate energy retailers to reduce emissions, are fair and equitable. Read more »
The Brotherhood advocates for energy efficiency policy and program development, which assists low income households. Read more »
This study investigated the impact of energy audits and retrofits for households that took part in the Warm Home Cool Home (WHCH) and Concession Assist (CA) programs in the City of Moreland in Melbourne's northern suburbs. Read more »
@TasCOSS tells Centrelink inquiry many Tasmanians with poor literacy received debt letters they could not understand #politas #auspol
Acknowledgement of country
The Brotherhood of St Laurence acknowledges and recognises the Traditional Owners of the land upon which we live and work, and we pay our respects to their Elders both past and present.