Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2013 Week 2 Hansard (14 February) . . Page.. 674..
Lighting control systems - installing motion sensors on lights in Building 23 administration areas in order that lights are not left on when the offices are vacant;
c. Connection of meters to the Building Management System (BMS) - to allow sub-metering of buildings/areas on the Canberra Hospital campus; and
d. Installation of electrical vehicle charging points.
(2) The estimated cost associated with each project is:
a. Boiler Heat Recovery and Burner Management System - $35,000;
b. Lighting control systems - $20,000;
c. Connection of meters to the BMS - $35,000; and
d. Installation of electrical vehicle charging points - $10,000.
(3) Reduction in energy savings is expected to result from these projects, however the quantum of the reduction is very difficult to estimate.
a. Boiler Heat Recovery and Burner Management System
It is expected that the energy saving by this system will be in the order of 8-15%.
b. - d. It is not possible to individually estimate the reduction in energy use for the projects.
Economic Development Directorate—energy usage (Question No 32)
Mr Seselja asked the Minister for Economic Development, upon notice, on 29 November 2012:
(1) What projects or initiatives does the Directorate have planned in the 2012-13 financial year to reduce energy usage.
(2) What is the cost associated with each project or initiative.
(3) What is the estimated reduction in energy usage as a result of the project or initiative.
Mr Barr: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) Seven sites within the Directorate have registered with the ACTSmart Government Energy and Water Program. All sites will undergo an Energy and Water Assessment by an Environment and Sustainable Development Directorate assessor. A comprehensive report identifying areas where sites can improve energy (and water) efficiency, with data on estimated cost and resource savings and greenhouse gas reductions, will be received. It is anticipated that site assessments will be completed by the end of December 2012.