List of sustainable buildings

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* [[Bass Coast Community Health Service]], San Remo, Victoria. 4.2kW array * [[Bass Coast Community Health Service]], San Remo, Victoria. 4.2kW array
* [[Beaconhills College]], Pakenham, Victoria. 0.6kW array * [[Beaconhills College]], Pakenham, Victoria. 0.6kW array
 +* [[Box Hill house]], Melbourne, 2.4kW array
* [[Brunswick house]], Melbourne, 1.6kW array * [[Brunswick house]], Melbourne, 1.6kW array
* [[Chippendale house]], Sydney * [[Chippendale house]], Sydney
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* [[Ivanhoe house]], Melbourne, 9.8kW array * [[Ivanhoe house]], Melbourne, 9.8kW array
* [[Knoxfield house]], Melbourne, 2.4kW array * [[Knoxfield house]], Melbourne, 2.4kW array
-* [[Mont Albert house]], Melbourne, 2.4kW array 
* [[Mount Evelyn house]], Melbourne * [[Mount Evelyn house]], Melbourne
* [[Mount Waverley house]], Melbourne * [[Mount Waverley house]], Melbourne

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Building sustainable houses is an important action we can take to reduce our impact on the environment. Details on some sustainable houses can help generate ideas for others and demonstrate what can be achieved.

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