By: Isabelle Elizondo On: August 29, 2023 In: Comments: 0

Norwest Quarter, Mulpha’s ambitious new sustainable residential development is being supported by an $80 million green loan from the CEFC to cut energy costs by as much as 50 per cent, demonstrating how energy efficient homes can contribute to our net zero emissions future.

Located in Sydney’s Hills district, and developed by Mulpha Australia, Stage 1 of Norwest Quarter will deliver 196 net zero-ready apartments that will consume 50 per cent less electricity from the grid and will be powered by 100 per cent renewable energy with an all-electric and gas-free design.

The CEFC position is being matched by an $80 million green loan from ANZ. The sustainable apartments will have an average 7-star NatHERS rating, provide residents with significant water savings and make it possible to reduce waste to landfill by more than 50 per cent.

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