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JWLand enters partnership with ANU to support renewable energy research

JWLand has announced that it will be entering a partnership with the Australian National University’s Energy Change Institute to support renewable energy research.

The two-year partnership will provide support for renewable energy research.

Dr Xi He, JWLand Managing Director, said, “JWLand is pleased to partner with the Energy Change Institute at ANU.

We recognise that climate change poses a risk to all Australians and that Australian businesses have a role to play in investing in clean energy as part of the global effort to reduce carbon emissions.

JWLand is committed to advancing sustainability and the use of renewable energy in the property sector and the partnership with the Energy Change Institute is part of this.

The team at JWLand are dedicated and passionate about implementing sustainability.  We are excited to see more renewable energy systems being incorporated into the property industry.”

Professor Ken Baldwin, Director of the ANU Energy Change Institute, said, “We welcome JWLand’s support for our research programs. This generous pledge will enable us to push forward the frontiers of knowledge in energy research, and contribute to advancing the shared interest we have with JWLand in creating a productive and low-carbon future for the nation.”

About JWLand

JWLand is an Australian based property development company with a local presence and a national profile.  It’s a significant participant in the residential property industry particularly in Canberra where its Head Office is located.

JWLand is at the forefront of implementing sustainability as shown in current projects Campbell 5 and Founders Lane.  

Campbell 5, an all-encompassing destination village and park side living quarter, included various sustainable construction principles resulting in a precinct with a low whole of life costs. The precinct amenities include electronic share car and bike hire. 

Founders Lane in Braddon is a transformative precinct that marks a new era for the City of Canberra.  Rooftop solar panels, communal vegetable gardens with rainwater storage and recycling systems all add to the sustainability and community vision for Founders Lane.

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About the Energy Change Institute

ANU Energy Change Institute provides authoritative leadership in energy research, education and public policy through a broad portfolio ranging from the science and engineering of energy generation and energy efficiency, to energy economics, regulation, security, sociology and policy.

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Source: ANU

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