The announcement of the results comes shortly after the launch of MCC’s
2022-25 Sustainability Plan to ensure continued focus on tackling climate
change. The two companies also commemorate significant milestones with the MCC
turning 185 in 2023, while the MCG will turn 170 in the same year.
Siemens is currently commemorating its 150th anniversary in
approach this significant milestone it gives me great pride to say that the MCG
is one of the most environmentally sustainable stadia in the world. Millions of
people visit the stadium each year to enjoy Australian Football League,
cricket, and other major sporting events and concerts. The MCG is a special
place for the people of Melbourne - and visitors from all around the world -
proudly leading by example when it comes to sustainability and continually
investing in ways to further progress initiatives in this space,” added Mr
Halliday, Chairman and CEO of Siemens Australia and New Zealand, said: “We have
great technology at Siemens. However, it’s only by having bold and ambitious
customers and working closely with them that we can bring our technology to
life and give it purpose. This project is testament that technology investment
and sustainability go hand in hand with successful business outcomes. Achieving
net zero requires a multi-pronged approach and the work done by MCC is a great
example of how buildings, one of the highest consumers of energy, can drive
positive environmental outcomes and positive business outcomes.”
EPC works implemented by Siemens at MCG include:
existing lighting systems with low-energy lighting technologies.
a new building management system.
changes to heating and ventilation systems.
new chilled water systems and modernised room control systems.
2017, the sustainability work done by MCC and Siemens was judged Best
Commercial Energy Efficiency Project at Australia’s National Energy Efficiency
calculated on www.epa.gov