The 7 Star Homes program is working with businesses and individuals across the building and construction supply chain to increase capability and capacity for delivering energy-efficient homes.
The 7 Star Homes program works with businesses and individuals across the building and construction supply chain to increase capability and capacity for delivering energy-efficient homes.
With proposed changes to the National Construction Code forecast for 2022, the 7 Star Homes program accelerates the transition to 7-star homes by:
A limited number of rebates are available. To learn more visit Stream A: Rebates or view the list of builders and land developers already collaborating with us to build 7-star homes.
7-star home benefits
Homes built as part of this program are more than just 7-stars, or simply above minimum standard. Instead, they are holistically energy-efficient.
What does that mean?
Learn more about these homes and the benefits of going from a 6-star to a 7-star home in Feature Home: 2 Sunlight Avenue, Cape Paterson.
Sustainability Victoria’s 7 Star Homes program is a $2.19 million project as part of the 2020-21 State Budget measure Clean Energy Transition Initiatives. The program builds capability and capacity within the residential building market in preparedness for an increase to minimum energy-efficiency standards.
Building on the success and learnings of the Zero Net Carbon Homes pilot program, 7 Star Homes supports builders and land developers to bring market leading, energy-efficient homes to consumers. These homes are designed on the principle that a great home design can reduce the amount of energy required to keep a home comfortable with little or no additional construction cost.