The Residential Efficiency Scorecard is the first and only software developed by government to give existing Australian homes an energy rating. It is available across Australia and is delivered by government-accredited assessors. Scorecard provides an objective way to rate energy efficiency, greenhouse gas emissions and climate resilience and can be used to measure pre and post-upgrade results, model upgrade impacts and provide data for council reporting.
Join us on Thursday the 17th February at 2:30pm AEDT as we are walked through the Scorecard program , how it works and the benefits to local government. To do this, we are joined by energy policy expert, Romney Bishop from DELWP, Victoria.
This webinar will be held on Council Connect, the online platform for the Cities Power Partnership, utilising Microsoft Teams. The meeting link will be in the registration confirmation email.
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Senior Policy Officer, Residential Efficiency Scorecard, Energy Demand, Efficiency and Safety Divisi
Romney Bishop manages the administration, accreditation process and quality assurance of the Scorecard program. In the past Romney has spent seven years as Sustainability Officer at Nillumbik Shire Council in Victoria and had her own business providing in-home assessments for all things sustainability-related, as well as a career in business finance and administration.