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Where’s the Community Energy?

 
The team behind Enova Community Energy seems to be working treble overtime to reach their capital raise minimum of $3 million.
They certainly seem willing and able, with experience of the wider world. Their credentials are impressive (see the website).
 
They had wanted to resolve the capital raise before the festive season. But they have had to put back the share-offer closure date twice. The offer will now close at 5pm (AEST) on 17 December 2015.
 
Given that there is a great deal of talk about the ideals of renewable energy and acting locally in this community, I’m wondering why the money’s not matching the mouth…
 
Maybe $1,000 per share is a bit of stretch for most of us? If so, maybe those folks haven’t heard that they can share a share. Quite a few are doing this, including me. There are guidelines on Enova’s website at enovaenergy.com.au.
 
Catherine Baker, Mullumbimby
 

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