Sustainable Urban Precincts Program - Talking Technology 2015, Ep3

Murray Walls and Philippa Charlton talk about RMIT’s Sustainable Urban Precincts Program

RMIT has committed to a $98 million plan to cut energy and water use and greenhouse gas emissions – the biggest program of its kind in the southern hemisphere.

RMIT has worked with Siemens and Honeywell over two years to identify opportunities for energy and water savings in 90 buildings in the City, Bundoora and Brunswick.

Leon and Garry discuss how the university has gone about this.

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