Solar for business

Businesses across Victoria are putting solar on their roof and becoming energy efficient to help cut rising electricity costs and improve profitability, while doing their bit for the environment. Positive Charge and participating Victorian Councils can support your business through the sometimes tricky process of going solar in four key steps.

  1. Request quotes from Positive Charge’s panel of carefully vetted suppliers.
  2. Receive solar quotes showing financial savings for your business.
  3. Positive charge help you understand the quotes and finance options.
  4. You find the deal that’s right for you.

Finance solutions

Participating Councils and Positive Charge are helping local businesses save money on their energy costs by linking them to low-cost finance solutions, which require no upfront investment. These solutions – Environmental Upgrade Agreements (EUAs) and community solar finance – have been carefully developed to enable businesses to benefit from the transition to renewable energy.

Case study

Positive Charge recently helped Conga Foods in Coburg North install a 458kW solar system. This is expected to reduce their grid energy consumption by over 40%, which will save the company over 700 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions and thousands of dollars in operating costs each year.

To find out more about these options and to see if solar is right for your business call Positive Charge on 9385 8555 or email

Photo: a line-up of 16 inverters, used to handle the power produced by Conga Foods’ solar panels. Perhaps we should call it a Conga line?
(A domestic solar system generally needs just one of these inverters.)

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