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Ginninderry development to trial gas-free homes in Stage 1

The new master-planned Ginninderry development’s first 350 homes will not be connected to gas but rely on electrical cooking and heating appliances powered by their own solar panels. The concept will be trialled in Stage 1 of the West Belconnen development as part of plans by the ACT Government to move away from fossil fuels […]
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