Queensland’s own Rick Burnett who is the CEO of Keep Australia Beautiful (KAB) Queensland, discusses how
Daylight Saving offers the equivalent of holding a daily Earth Hour to save energy and home power costs:
Energex expresses the need for South-East Queensland to go easy on peak demand electricity between 4 & 8PM
Keep up to date to find out how all Queenslanders take full advantage of Earth Hour saving electricity
So which Queensland political party has the leadership to reduce electricity costs?
LNP: 0 hours p.a. as they’re really just the bush-driven Nationals!
ALP: 1 fake hour p.a. as they cheat by pulling down the blinds in government buildings only then to disguise the fact that such buildings’ lights are really still left on. We disqualify them!
So, the winner by a long mile is:
DS4SEQ: 182 – 183 Earth Hours p.a. thanks to their ‘fair enough’ push for 6 months worth of Daylight Saving in Southeast Queensland!
As power bills skyrocket with or without a carbon tax how can Daylight Saving in Southeast Queensland significantly ease peak demand between 4 & 8PM?
Residents can leave the lights off for another hour each day –
A daily Earth Hour
Hang clothes out for longer in the daylight, and not use the costly drying machine
Use the BBQ during the added daylight, not the electric cooktop
·So take Earth Hour action at Queensland’s State Election.
Simply vote this way:
trial is a
-More sport &
happier and more
and pressure on