Utopia Homelands ProjectLearn How We Do It
Pre-Payment Meters and Energy Efficiency in Indigenous HouseholdsLearn How We Do It
This report focuses on the issues of energy consumption in remote Indigenous homes, particularly those who have low incomes or are otherwise marginalised.
Our Place 44 available nowLearn How We Do It
CAT Annual Report 2013Learn How We Do It
Read CAT’s 2013 Annual Report
Home Internet Project Technical Progress ReportLearn How We Do It
This report summarises our experiences with the technical aspects of the project, and the first 12 months of operation. It explores the cost and technical barriers that are contributing to the low use of computers and home internet access in Indigenous remote Australia.
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Demand Management Community Education Program
Demand Management Community Education Program undertaken by Bushlight, the energy division of the Centre for Appropriate Technology, in remote Indigenous communities in South Australia where the Remote Area Energy Scheme (RAES) operates. The program which ran between October 2012 and July 2013, developed a deeper understanding of energy use…
Safe and Smart Power Program
Bushlight (Centre for Appropriate Technology) has completed a project in remote communities in the Anangu lands of South Australia which ran from October 2012 – July 2013. The project was funded by the South Australian Government and provided tailored information to remote Anangu communities on how to use less…
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CAT’s impact in 2012
An overview of just a few highlights of what CAT achieved in Indigenous communities in QLD, NT and WA during 2012.
In 2011, CAT undertook the first national round of case studies of Indigenous self build initiatives. Residents of sixteen small communities and six Indigenous organisations in the NT, WA and Queensland who had been involved in ‘self-build’ housing projects were interviewed. The aim was to gain an understanding…
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Smart and safe power
Bushlight visited many Anangu communities to see how power was being used and to share…
Radio 4ZZZ learns more about CAT’s Bushlight Program