Ginninderry

Sustainable House Day 2018

Tagged with :Environment, Community

Friday 17 August 2018
By Ginninderry Project Team
Date
16 Sep 2018
Time
10:00am - 4:00pm

The Link located in our first suburb Strathnairn will be holding tours, talks and demonstrations for the public on Sustainable House Day –  Sunday, 16  September.  This award-winning building showcases Ginninderry’s commitment to sustainability and includes a large solar cell on the roof generating the building’s power. The structure has a high recycled content with many items being 100 per cent reclaimed or recycled. Large water tanks also collect rainwater from the roof for our toilets and to help irrigate the drought-tolerant gardens.

Come and check out sustainability in action at The Link this Sustainable House Day, with a great line of experts including:

  • Electric Vehicles Canberra
  • Stiebel Eltron
  • Ozbreed
  • Master Builders Association
  • Ideal Building Solutions
  • McDonald Jones Homes
  • Rawson Homes
  • Monier Roof Tiles
  • Frank Fenner Foundation
  • ActewAGL Solar
  • SolarHub

Presentation line up:

10am – 11am  / 12pm – 1pm / 2pm – 3pm – Master Builders Association

TOPIC:  Consumer Information Session – a consumer guide to the building process

  • Overview of the building process
  • Choosing Land
  • Design
  • Building (timing, budget, choosing your builder etc)
  • Legal (contracts, Insurances)
  • Q&A

11am – 12pm – Stiebel Eltron

TOPIC: Heat Pumps and Solar PV connectivity
Hot water heat pumps are powered by electricity, and generate up to four times the power used by harvesting natural energy from the air. The energy-efficient hot water heat pump is solar PV ready and can be powered by a solar PV-system. Compared to a conventional electric storage tank, it is up to 74% more efficient and can leave enough power to run household appliances like a washing machine or dish washer. Presented by John Martinovic

1pm – 2pm –  Monier Roof Tiles

TOPIC: Solar Roofing
Reinvent the look of the roof using solar that not only looks good but also brings great benefits

You can download your self-guided tour map of The Link  here

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