Perth Cultural Centre wired for savings

Article | Updated 12 months ago

Check out this chiller being craned onto the Art Gallery of Western Australia's roof. It's part of the Perth Cultural Centre's new central energy plant, which is being delivered as part of the New Museum Project.  It is expected to reduce the energy use and carbon emissions of the cultural buildings by up to 40 per cent from 2020. The plant’s full benefits will be realised after the New Museum opens in 2020.

You can read about the Central Energy Plant and how it is benefitting the State in the media statement from Culture and the Arts Minister, David Templeman.

Two workers holding the straps around a large chiller.  The chiller is about to

Caption: A 4.6 tonne chiller ready to be lifted. 
Image Copyright WA Museum