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   Save $100's on Your Bills 
To help combat skyrocketing energy costs, the Master Plumbers’ Association of Queensland has teamed up with Streetsmart Energy with an offer to help you save on your electricity and gas bills.
Streetsmart simply makes an analysis of your bill and then, based on the area you live in, Streetsmart will negotiate a better deal on your behalf. Then, if you choose to proceed, Streetsmart contacts your existing supplier to make the switch. 
Even if you have an existing contract, signing up to Streetsmart couldn’t be any easier.
Step 1. Call Streetsmart on 1300 767 056 and quote Master Plumbers’ Queensland
Step 2. Streetsmart does all the negotiating on your behalf.
Step 3. Streetsmart takes care of all the paperwork.
Alternatively register online at with promo code Master Plumbers Queensland and Street Smart will call you back.
Contact Streetsmart Energy today on 1300 767 056. There is no obligation, no fees and no paperwork. The Streetsmart Energy service is free. 

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Gas continuous flow (instantaneous) hot water system operation example..........

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Minister for Energy and Water Supply
Mark McArdle said the rebate is ending
as part of the Newman Government's
election commitment to fix the state's
finances and get the state back on track.
"Applications for the rebate have
slowed over the last six months and
the cost of delivering the service for
a reduced number of applicants can't
be sustained," Mr McArdle said.
"By closing the program, we will save
taxpayers up to $10 million. "This cost
saving is all part of the government's
plan to get this state back on track."
Since the Solar Hot Water Rebate
commenced on 1 July 2010,
approximately $25.9 million in rebates
has been paid to more than 35,000
eligible Queensland residents.
Mr McArdle said getting rid of an
old electric hot water system and
replacing it with a solar hot water
system would still make sense to many
households, even without a rebate.
"Switching to a solar system can
save households up to 25 per cent on
annual energy costs, so households
should still consider the ongoing
financial benefits," he said.
Applicants who have purchased or paid
a deposit on a solar hot water system or
heat pump before close of business on
Friday 22 June, will have until Friday
27 July 2012 to have their system
installed, in order to receive the rebate.
Applicants who meet all the eligibility
criteria and have installed a solar hot
water system, or heat pump, must
Solar Hot Water Rebate closes
The State Government has announced its Solar Hot Water Rebate
program ceased at close of business on Friday 22 June, 2012.
then submit the completed application
form, including all supporting
documentation by close of business
on Friday 28 September 2012.
"This will allow enough time
for those householders who have
purchased, or paid a deposit on a
solar hot water system or heat pump,
to apply for the rebate after their
new system is installed," he said.
Applicants can call 13 43 87
or visit
for further information about the
requirements, and to download the
current guideline and application forms

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“Queensland Urban Utilities
has been able to freeze its water
and sewerage prices this year
because their internal efficiency
program has delivered almost
$63 million in budget reductions
and recurring efficiencies in their
first two years of operation.
“Despite freezing prices this year,
they will continue to provide high
Queensland Urban Utilities’ freezes residential
water and sewerage prices for 2012-13
quality water and sewerage services
by investing $3.2 billion in a 10-year
capital works program across our five
service territories.
Queensland Urban Utilities’ Board announced that it
is committed to lowering the cost of living for families
in South East Queensland (SEQ) by freezing its
residential water and sewerage prices for 2012-13.

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When the AirportlinkM7 opens late
July you can look forward to:
 One month toll free for all
motorists from road opening.
 PLUS an additional two months
toll free for all tolling account
holders, regardless of the issuer
(e.g. goVia, Flow etc) - that's
a total of 3 months of toll free
driving for account holders.
For non-account holders, take
advantage of the extra free two
months by visiting our website and
sign up from early July for free.
 After the toll free period(s), the
maximum cars will pay to travel
the full length of AirportlinkM7 is
$2.50 (or $2.00 for the two shorter
sections – Bowen Hills to Kedron or
Kedron to Toombul) for 6 months.
 Then for a further 6 months, the
maximum price cars will pay for
the full journey is $3.75 (or $2.90
for the two shorter sections).
 Full tolling will apply from
October 2013 (in today's
terms, $3.67 and $4.90).
This announcement marks an
innovative departure from the recent
typical Australian toll road opening of one
month toll free followed by full tolling.
AirportlinkM7 will revolutionise the
way Brisbane motorists travel around
the north side – connecting the city
with the airport and places all around.
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