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Community Solar – Information Sessions

Do you have an idea for a community solar project and need help to make it happen?

 

Come along and hear from community groups who are driving renewable energy projects to benefit their communities. FREE Events

Leadership Great South Coast’s (LGSC) Community Solar has developed a framework to support community groups (including groups with no prior knowledge of renewable energy) to implement solar photovoltaic (PV) projects across the Great South Coast.

These events will launch the Community Solar Framework – a tool designed to assist local groups to implement their own projects.

 

Warrnambool – Wednesday 23 October 

6PM – 8PM

Conference Room, B Building, South West TAFE – 197-205 Timor Street, Warrnambool

Enquiries to 03 5559 4489

Eventbrite Booking link  RSVP for Catering Purposes

 

Port Fairy – Thursday 24 October 

6PM – 8PM

Port Fairy Community Services Centre – 16 Atkinson Street, Port Fairy

Enquiries to 0437 336 980

Eventbrite Booking link  RSVP for Catering Purposes

 

What is Community Energy?

The development of community energy projects is gaining significant momentum; in communities across Australia, people are seeking alternatives to conventional energy sources. Whether they aim to increase energy security, help address climate change, or seek to lower power bills, they are looking to community-scale renewable energy projects for solutions.

Community energy (CE) refers to projects where a community initiates, develops, operates and benefits from renewable energy. Community Energy is really about people power; it’s about communities coming together and building local renewable energy projects for the benefit of their community; it’s about them democratising energy, it’s about communities becoming involved in their own energy needs and ensuring affordable energy for everyone into the future.

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