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CSIRO tackling summer heat


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Where building temperatures can reach 50 degrees Celsius (10 more degrees and you could fry an egg on the sidewalk!), it is easy to understand why a high proportion of electricity is used for air-conditioning and to supply fresh water.

Conventional energy sources such as diesel are becoming increasingly unsustainable, so CSIRO is working to equip households and community-based enterprises with energy management resources.

This work is happening in North Queensland and the Northern Territory and you can read more over on the CSIRO blog.


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