Empowered empathy helps counteract human cost of rising power

Sophie Boyd
June 9 2018 - 5:00am
INSPIRED: Dr Helen Masterman-Smith said the project was a great avenue for low-income earners to help each other as well as get tips from organisers. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE
INSPIRED: Dr Helen Masterman-Smith said the project was a great avenue for low-income earners to help each other as well as get tips from organisers. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE

The human cost of rising bills

As temperatures drop, bills tend to rise but for those who can’t afford to pay increasing power costs –  energy efficiency in extreme weather comes at a high price. 

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