The Victorian Government has announced three building companies will develop energy-efficient, environmentally sustainable homes for sale in Melbourne’s high-growth suburbs.
Minister for Energy Lily D’Ambrosio has recently announced $2.18 million for Stockland, Metricon Homes and SJD Homes as part of a Zero Net Carbon Homes pilot designed to encourage the construction of high-quality, energy-efficient houses.
The pilot will help drive large-scale development of highly efficient housing by major home building companies, allowing them to be accessible to more Victorians at a low cost.
“This pilot is an opportunity to work with the housing industry to design and build better homes for Victorians. We’re supporting Victorian businesses to develop new homes that provide a lifetime of lower energy costs,” Lily says.
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