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Many Australians are collecting large energy bills in hot summer and winter snow, but this could change. The Independent Climate Council has called for a better national construction code, warning that even short-term delays could lead to higher energy bills and carbon emissions for decades. Energy efficiency advocates call for a ban on new housing developments by 2025 for low rents, public housing renovations and gas. The 7-star electric house, released on Thursday and Saturday, will cost an average of $ 450 a year to heat and cool down residents in any capital city, and many older homes do not meet the current six-star standard. Health expert Hillary Bambrick says colds contribute to Australia’s 6% annual death toll – with winter temperatures doubling to 30 degrees Celsius in Sweden. “If we urgently update our new construction standards and upgrade existing, poorly constructed homes, we will all be happier and safer and will contribute less as a nation,” said Professor Bambrick. For each new home built by 7 stars, the annual emissions are equal to one year’s car off the road, the report said. Economists estimate the economic benefits of eliminating these emissions in ten years to $ 3.5 billion. According to Nicki Hatley, co-author of the report, Australians control some of the most expensive energy bills in the world, with 85 per cent suffering from bills last year because of the high level of housing being built elsewhere. “Today’s Tasmanian house uses more than twice the energy of the same house built in Ireland,” she said. It is possible to save money on electricity grids because demand will be reduced, the report said. With 1.1 million homes expected to be built in Australia over the next five years, high levels of network expansion could reduce demand and result in lower capital costs. State and territory ministers are set to meet in July to review regulations governing minimum energy saving levels in new homes. Australian Associated Press

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