Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram A new initiative will make it easier and cheaper for Victorian households to support the environment.The Victorian Gas Heater Rebate for Concession Card Holders program, announced by the Victorian government this week, will entitle Victorian concession-card holders to receive a rebate of $700.when they replace their electric heater with a more cost-effective and energy-efficient gas heater.“The gas heater rebate program will allow Victorians in need to receive a $700 rebate when they replace high-energy consumption electric heaters with high-efficiency gas space heaters,” said the Minister for Environment and Climate Change Ryan Smith. “Switching from electric to gas heaters can save households around $280 on their annual power bill and produce a better outcome for our environment.” The gas heater rebate will be provided as a discount to eligible concession card holders at over 200 participating suppliers and retailers across Victoria until 2013. Details of participating retailers will be announced before the scheme gets underway on Monday 4 July.
Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Arizona Cardinals rookie receiver Christian Kirk on Saturday, July 28, 2018, the first full day of Arizona’s training camp. (Tyler Drake/Arizona Sports) Pro Football Focus’ Mike Renner isn’t impressed by the Cardinals’ receiver room, ranking them as the No. 31 receiving corps in the NFL.Only a few seasons removed from a receiving corps that looked like a top-five unit with Larry Fitzgerald, Michael Floyd and John Brown, the Cardinals have seen that group crumble of late. Floyd and Brown have departed while Fitzgerald chugs on into his mid-30s. It’s gotten so bad that they actually brought in Greg Little, a former second-round pick who hasn’t taken an offensive snap in the NFL since 2014 and has 32 drops on 193 catchable passes in his career.The Cardinals’ place on this list isn’t surprising. J.J. Nelson has shown potential to be a deep threat but hasn’t shown an ability to be an every down receiver.Related LinksESPN’s Barnwell picks Cardinals as one of most likely declining NFL teamsArizona’s depth chart includes many inexperienced NFL players, but it will offer the Cardinals an opportunity to play whoever performs the best.If Kirk and Butler can impress it would take a lot of pressure off running back David Johnson, who opposing defenses will focus on trying to shut down.Second year player Chad Williams underwhelmed during his rookie season, but given the Cardinals’ current status will be given every opportunity to succeed at the highest level. Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The Arizona Cardinals have had their fair share of issues at receiver since making the postseason in 2015.Besides franchise stalwart Larry Fitzgerald, the Cardinals have dealt with injuries and poor performance from many of the team’s notable passing targets.Arizona entered the offseason seeking to make changes to the receivers room. They used a second-round pick on Valley native Christian Kirk and signed former Dallas Cowboys receiver Brice Butler, this while letting John Brown and Jaron Brown walk in free agency. 6 Comments Share