Running from 2013 to 2016, our Future Powered Families project helped low-income households save energy, particularly migrant and refugee families. Reaching 6100 people, Future Powered Families was a finalist in the 2016 Premier’s Sustainability Awards.
Delivered by Environment Victoria, the project was funded through the Commonwealth Government Low-income Energy Efficiency Program (LIEEP). Read more at the campaign page here.
The report linked below outlines the key outcomes and learnings of the Future Powered Families project.