MEFL has formed a partnership with Powershop to help Moreland’s community groups reduce their outgoings and carbon emissions by installing solar. MEFL is channelling funds raised through Powershop’s Your Community Energy initiative to local projects. Under this initiative Powershop customers pay a few cents extra per unit of power and this money is used to fund solar for not-for-profit or charitable organisations.
MEFL’s Renewables Broker Manny Pasqualini is a busy man; he’s also Director of Victorian Projects and Capacity Building at Community Power Agency.
Manny recently had an article published in the Border Mail (based in Albury-Wodonga), titled “The race to 100 per cent renewable town is on”.
The article begins:
Communities around the world are leading the way in the transition from polluting fossil fuels to clean renewables. Suburbs, small towns and, increasingly, entire cities are driving the change to an exciting future for 100 per cent renewable energy.
Towns like Newstead, Uralla, Lismore, Byron Bay and Coffs Harbour and countless others across the country are developing and implementing 100 per cent renewable policies…