There are many ways in which energy can be saved. They can be placed into two basic groups: what we buy and use in the way of equipment and appliances and how we use them. It's
From the editor’s desk... Please attend the Co-op’s AGM and follow-up to our August Storage forum in August -- details inside this issue! It's on Saturday 7th November at 2pm in the Angling Club
From the editor’s desk… With all the new exciting advances in storage technology, we thought it appropriate to focus on battery storage this edition of the Newsletter.
From the editor’s desk...
Welcome to a special edition of the Energy Innovation Co-op’s newsletter—one purely focussed on community energy.
This edition features info on retro-fitting an old beach shack to be comfortable and energy efficient.
In this edition
Page 2 Chair’s Update
Page 3 E-car and E-bike, a first hand account
Page 4 About the Energy Innovation Co-op
Solar panel fuses, system monitoring & energy audits in our Oct Newsletter.
Features solar PV case study (2011 installed 2kW system Inverloch), update on Southern Solar Hub progress, details of activities March-June 12 and a report on Co-op Planning Day Jan 2010.
Features notice of Co-op AGM with ATA’s Craig Memery speaking on small wind turbines, reports on Co-op’s website and Green Guide and updates on our solar information sessions.
Welcomes Co-op’s Helen Page, progress on solar bulk buy and Climate Communities energy efficiency workshops.
The Co-op has 99 members, a sustainable houses tour and planning day at Inverloch and business planning via Social Traders.
AGM news & Rhys discussing electric vehicles, an energy efficient house, optimal tilt for solar pv, Bass Coast Landcare farm audits, Bass Coast Council sustainability actions and the Zero Carbo
Details the Co-op’s formation and focus, Wonthaggi Energy Innovation Festival, a 2kW wind-turbine on Phillip Island, electric vehicles and South Gippsland Secondary College Year 8 MAD (Making A Dif