Climate Action Moreland community solar project

March 6, 2012 at 6:55 am 3 comments

ImageWould you like to see community owned renewable energy in Moreland?

CAM wants to kick start a community owned solar park in our area – and we want you to be involved!

What is community solar?

We all know about solar panels on household roofs. Community solar is a bigger version of this, about fifty times bigger, and instead of being owned by the householder the panels are owned co-operatively by community shareholders.

Has it been done before?

You might have heard of Hepburn Wind – two community owned wind turbines outside of Daylesford that can power the whole town! We can do that here.

Come to the first community solar meeting:

7pm, Monday 19 March

Edinburgh Castle (Function Room)

Cnr Albion Street and Sydney Road

If you can’t make it but want more information please contact us at or call Ellen on 0408 583 694


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