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    The City of Sydney announced a plan to deploy LED lighting across the city center, halving the electricity use and carbon pollution of its street and park lights. The highly efficient, low-carbon lights will cost $7 million and be rolled out over the course of three years, starting with the Bicentennial Park in Glebe. Since public lighting accounts for a third of the city’s annual electricity use and 30 percent of its carbon pollution, the project stands to realize enormous environmental benefits.

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    The C40 city of Sydney has announced the launch of the largest building-mounted solar project in Australia, committing to install solar photovoltaic panels across 30 sites citywide, beginning with the Sydney Park pavilion. With a total peak electrical capacity of 1.25 megawatts (MW), the solar project is expected to reduce the city’s carbon pollution by as much as 2,250 tonnes.

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    The City of Sydney recently announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Low Carbon Australia Ltd (LCAL) to encourage businesses to invest in low-carbon technologies by helping building owners and tenants find the financial and technical solutions to reduce their energy consumption.

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