The Green Recovery: how to fix Australia’s energy inefficient homes – video

The Australian home has a big problem: it’s draughty, poorly insulated and costs a fortune to heat and cool. Most older homes have an abysmal energy efficiency rating – and we are paying the price. So what can be done to fix the problem? A lot, actually. And the government could play a role in retrofitting Australia’s existing housing stock with its coronavirus stimulus spending. Here’s how.

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