Solar Cities’ insight into the electricity demand fall

A final evaluation from the Central Victorian Solar City provides another insight into the household electricity demand fall – and the potential for further reductions.

Last year I wrote about how the Howard government’s 2004 Solar Cities initiative was, unlike many other Energy White Paper initiatives, actually showing some promising results. Now one of those ‘Solar Cities’ – Central Victoria – has delivered its final evaluation report with some useful insights into how household electricity demand is falling.

The Central Victorian Solar City encompassed a range of regional towns and surrounding farming areas from Swan Hill along the Murray at the north; to Ararat, Ballarat and Bendigo.

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