Supporting sustainability, increasing building value and opening doors to potential savings
We have strategic partnerships to help achieve sustainability, assist in increasing building value, and potentially unlock savings.
We are thrilled that the NSW government will incentivise replacing coal-fired power plants with renewable energy. PICA Group has already been making significant strides towards a more sustainable future in the strata industry.
64 strata buildings managed by Dynamic Property Services have switched from coal-generated electricity plans to a green solar electricity plan, saving each building up to $60,000 annually and marking a significant reduction in their carbon footprint. This is just one of three exciting energy deals we secured, saving a total of 115 buildings more than $1 million in a year.
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Regardless of the political debate on this topic, the strata industry can play a role in creating positive change. This article explores how the strata industry can be part of creating positive change in our environment.
Find out how you can make your building greener, potentially save money and enhance community living.
Tim Jarvis AM – environmental scientist and award-winning conservationist, shares some easy tips for living a more sustainable lifestyle in strata settings.
Draw inspiration from the world’s largest green residential building to help increase sustainability in your body corporate property.
Not only could supporting sustainable strata living save you and your owners corporation money, but it may also contribute to a positive environmental impact.
As we enter an age where the planet’s longevity depends on our actions today, there is a growing need for strata communities to reduce our emissions and increase environmental sustainability.
You can support sustainability and maximise savings on your utility bills and running costs for your strata property too. To find out more on CommunityGreen and related information, contact us using the form below and we’ll be in touch soon.