North Sydney Council

Government Case Study: Ecosave Energy Savings Project – North Sydney Council

Federal funding for community facilities enables deep energy savings in iconic buildings

North Sydney Council utilised a grant from the Department of Climate Change, totalling $82,732, to implement energy efficiency savings across the Councils largest and busiest sites. The grant was awarded as part of the Community Energy Efficiency Programme (CEEP), designed to contribute $112 million to energy efficiency
improvements in Council and community buildings across Australia.

Ecosave, Australia’s largest independent energy services company, initially assessed four of the Councils buildings and implemented solutions at Sydney’s iconic Olympic Pool, Stanton Library, the Council Chambers and the Councils Depot.
The CEEP funding allowed the Council and Ecosave to expand the project, achieving savings at three additional community facilities – the Neutral Bay Community Centre, St Leonards Park and the Bradfield Wellbeing Centre.


The solutions implemented across all seven North Sydney Council sites were:


I am pleased that Council has continued to implement energy saving initiatives every year since 1998’

Albert Lo, Property Asset Manager

Ecosave guarantees savings in its performance based energy efficiency retrofit upgrade projects. Further to the above, there are many other benefits of an energy savings project.

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To find out more about this project or to discuss how Ecosave can help you save money and resources, call 1300 55 77 64 or submit an online request to Book a FREE 30 minute phone consultation with an Ecosave Solutions Architect.



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