Help the environment by choosing more energy efficient products and changing your behaviour.
6 Jun 2011 |
This guide covers enegry efficent appliances, transport options, water usage and more.
Electricity bills are rising but can switching electricity suppliers save you money?
3 Jun 2011 |
We make sense of the confusing contracts and tariffs of electricity providers and outline a switching action plan.
A staggering 24 million tonnes of waste material goes into Australian landfill each year. You can help reduce that figure.
14 Apr 2011 |
Reducing household waste can be as easy as altering household disposal systems. CHOICE shows you some ways to make your home greener.
We look at energy savings everyone can make.
30 Mar 2011 |
We've used our CHOICE testing to bring you a comprehensive list of energy-efficient products for your home.
Cheap and simple, this energy-efficient power switch controls many appliances at once.
31 Jan 2011 |
This simple switch can save power around the home by turning off several electrical appliances at once.
Jackgreen has gone bust. If you were signed up with this energy retailer, here are your options.
11 Jan 2010 |
Renewable energy provider Jackgreen has gone into voluntary receivership and is suspended from trading on the National Electricity Market.
Mandatory installation of smart meters has begun in Victoria. However their benefit to consumers in reducing electricity bills is still in question.
7 Jan 2010 |
Water from washing machines could end up harming your precious plants.
21 Oct 2009 |
Using grey water on your garden could save hundreds of litres of water per day. We tested wash and rinse water for potentially harmful chemicals.
Use our guide to ensure that going green doesn’t cost the earth.
24 Apr 2009 |
With climate change in mind, more Australians are installing power- and water-saving equipment. As this can mean significant upfront costs, governments are offering a range of rebates.
Carbon pollution reduction scheme needs to ensure reduced emissions.
8 Mar 2009 |
If a new bill becomes law, nearly one million households could be paying for renewable energy that does nothing to reduce Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions.