- Owners and Builders
Welcome to the December 2016 NatHERS Star. The NatHERS Administrator has been hard at work since the last newsletter and we have a bumper issue to close out 2016.
There is now an update to the NatHERS Strategic Plan 2015-2018 available on the NatHERS website.
In 2016 the NatHERS Administrator engaged ACIL Allen Consulting to undertake an independent governance and operational review of NatHERS.
A discussion paper has been developed to review opportunities to improve clarity and processes in the NatHERS Software Accreditation Protocol.
Having met all the outstanding requirements of software accreditation, BERS Pro is on track for full accreditation before the end of March 2017.
A recent initiative of the NatHERS Administrator has been to conduct quarterly stakeholder meetings with Assessor Accrediting Organisations (AAOs) and Software Providers.
To keep everyone better informed about the discussions of the NatHERS Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) we will be providing updates in this, and future, editions of the NatHERS Star.
Over the past few years the NatHERS Administrator has undertaken a trademarking process to protect the NatHERS logo, name and acronym from misuse.
Did you know the Chenath Engine has been around in different forms since the 1950s?
2016 has been a busy year for the NatHERS Administrator and 2017 looks set to follow suit.
The Building Designers Association of Victoria (BDAV) has revamped its 10-Star Sustainable Design Challenge.
Recently the team behind the Your Energy Savings website released the Energy-saving guide for Northern Australia.
The CRC for Low Carbon Living, in association with project partners CSIRO, Energy Inspection, and the University of South Australia, launched the RP1024 NextGen Rating Tools project in Adelaide on 29 September 2016.