With the federal energy policy in tatters, individuals have been getting ready to take on the energy challenge themselves and Tristran Parade in Mullumbimby has just become the first street to declare their commitment to create a clean-energy future.
With the federal energy policy in tatters individuals have been getting ready to take on the energy challenge themselves and Tristran Parade in Mullumbimby has just become the first street to declare their commitment to create a clean energy future.
Enova Community Energy, says it has partnered with one of the country’s first equity crowdfunding platforms to fund its expansion across NSW, Qld, Vic and SA.
The local approach to solving climate change has just taken another step in the right direction.
Enova Community Energy today announced it will build a microgrid in the Byron Bay Arts & Industry Estate as a pilot project to encourage locally generated, stored and distributed power.
Local community energy company Enova has received a thumbs-up for its new ‘solar garden’ plan from none other than Mark Butler, the Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Energy.
Have you thought of getting solar? Byron Shire is one of five areas in Australia that has been selected to take part in a feasibility study to see if it could be a suitable location for a solar garden.
It is not just about reducing electricity bills, it has the added bonus of creating renewable energy and benefitting the environment.
Enova Energy and Stone & Wood have both been recognised at at the Green Globe awards in Sydney that recognising people and organisations that work towards environmental sustainability now and into the future.
Local renewable energy group COREM have given an update about the feasibility of recommissioning Mullumbimby’s hydro power station at Lavertys Gap.
Have you been wondering how to take action on climate change and reduce your carbon footprint? Repower Byron Shire, launched on Sunday 17 September, is helping the Byron Shire community do just that. ENOVA, Zero Emissions Byron and COREM have... Read More →
It can be where sustainable meets art and that is certainly the case for Nina Bishop who designed and built her sustainable mud brick home LightFeat near Mullumbimby. Nina is opening her house this year, for the second and last time, as part of the Sustainable House Day.
Community power company Enova has moved one step closer to taking on the ‘big three’ dirty energy companies by becoming a generator as well as a reseller of renewable electricity.
A community bulk buy for solar and batteries is being organised for the northern rivers, with the first free event planned for Mullumbimby on Tuesday April 4. It’s a partnership between COREM and Enova Community, who have joined with social-enterprise organisation Suncrowd.
Many NSW residents who have solar panels on their rooftops are being paid less than half of their Victorian counterparts after a recent ruling set a new, higher price in that state. But at least north coast residents can do something about it.
As 2017 dawns – and we are already beginning to smash temperature records – Dr Greg Wilding asks what we are doing locally to belong to a more ecologically sustainable community.
Catherine Baker, Mullumbimby. The team behind Enova Community Energy seems to be working treble overtime to reach their capital raise minimum of $3 million.