30 oktober 2020
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Victorian town’s bid to go 100% solar wins grant to “supersize” battery

TRY members, Matthew Helen Haines MP with TRY members Charles-Jones, Kim McConchie and Donna Jones. Source: TRY

The north-eastern Victorian town of Yackandandah has moved another step closer to its goal of sourcing 100 per cent renewable energy by 2022, after winning state government backing to “supersize” its community battery.

Roughly $171,000 was awarded to the town’s community solar and storage project on Wednesday, as part of more than $1 million in grants handed out by the Labor Andrews government in Round five of its New Energy Jobs Fund.

Lees meer: https://onestepoffthegrid.com.au/victorian-towns-bid-to-go-100-solar-wins-grant-to-supersize-battery/

By Sophie Vorrath
October 1, 2020
Battery/StoragePolicySolar

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