Government assistance program open to all launches today

Sustainable Living Tasmania welcomes the introduction of the Tasmanian Energy Efficiency Loan Scheme (TEELS), which was launched today at 1:30pm at the Goodwood Community Centre.

Making homes and businesses more energy efficient has many benefits, including financial savings, improved comfort and health, and reduced dependence on polluting electricity from the mainland.

Sustainable Living Tasmania’s Executive Officer, Todd Houstein, said that “while energy efficiency opportunities often give great financial returns over a number of years, there are a number of barriers.”

“There are so many options; working out which is best for you can be overwhelming. That’s where we can help by providing advice and product recommendations,” Mr Houstein said.

Sustainable Living Tasmania have been providing expert on energy advice to Tasmanian households for decades.

“People can contact us by phone or email, or visit us at our office in Murray St. They can also receive advice, recommendations and quotes from our social enterprise website at ecohomeguide.com.au,” Mr Houstein said.

“Upfront cost can also be a barrier, and TEELS can help many people overcome that,” Mr Houstein said.

 

Contact details for the general public

(03) 6234 5566

ecohomeguide@slt.org.au

First floor 71 Murray Street, Hobart

 

Contact details for media enquiries

Todd Houstein

Executive Officer

Sustainable Living Tasmania

Direct line: (03) 62781 9361

Mobile: 0410 717 177

Email: todd@slt.org.au

 

General website: www.slt.org.au

Advice and product recommendations website: ecohomeguide.com.au

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