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Centre for Appropriate Technology
This report from Bushlight, Centre for Appropriate Technology on the Demand management community education program is designed for the communities that participated in the program and local community and land councils.
The Demand management community education program aimed to:
This report is a shorter version of the report delivered to the government, and includes information on the posters and booklets Bushlight used and their findings from the program. It is hoped that the report will act as an aid for people in communities to make decisions about how they use power, and will assist the government in making decisions about how they supply power into the future.
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Bushlight Head Office (Central Australia)
CAT Services Building
Desert Peoples Centre Annex via Desert Knowledge Precinct
South Stuart Highway
Alice Springs, NT 0870
PO Box 8044
Alice Springs, NT 0871
Ph: (08) 8959 6205
This project aimed to: research how electrical power is used by Indigenous households in remote communities in South Australia deliver community education about power safety and power-saving to these communities.