Share your thoughts to win a prize and increase energy efficient home sales

CSIRO is inviting tradespeople and other specialists involved in home renovations and building to take part in an online survey about energy efficient products and information sources, towards enhancing the market for ‘EnergyFit’ homes. The survey is part of a project funded by the Low Carbon Living Cooperative Research Centre, and government and industry partners.

CSIRO is keen to hear your experiences, and is giving you the chance to enter into a draw to win one of five $150 Coles Myer gift vouchers as a thank you. Click here to enter. The survey will take around 15 minutes to complete.

The aim of the survey is to explore what aspects influence the purchase and leasing of new and existing homes for better health, comfort and sustainability benefits, and lower running costs. The project’s overarching objective is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the construction and operation of homes through increasing market interest in energy efficient homes.

The project is funded by the Low Carbon Living Cooperative Research Centre, CSIRO, the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, CSR, AGL Energy, Australian Windows Association, Clean Energy Council, Energy Efficiency Council, Stockland, Fletcher Insulation, Knauf Insulation, the Centre for Liveability Real Estate, and the Energy Efficiency Certificate Creators Association. CSIRO is the project leader, and is guided by a Steering Committee comprised of the funding and other partners. For more information about this research, visit the EnergyFit Homes Initiative site.

For the chance to win a prize, increase energy efficient homes and share your thoughts, enter this address into your internet browser to complete the survey: http://goo.gl/nVTfFj. The survey closes on February 15 2015.

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