Retail & Hospitality
Toodyay IGA was the first IGA in WA to commit to installing a system of this size (100kW). The store owner Dean Carter also owns the building in which it is situated. Dean was encouraged to install solar by a friend who owns another IGA and was happy with the performance of his system.
Glengarry Pharmacy owner Sam Frosh became interested in the excellent returns on investment offered by commercial solar PV after reading some articles on the subject online. Sam had done a lot of research and was therefore very specific about his requirements in terms of panel placement, in order to optimise the performance of the system at various times throughout the day.
Glengarry Medical Group
Glengarry Medical Group decided to pursue their interest in commercial solar PV at the same time as the Glengarry Pharmacy next door.
Roleystone SUPA IGA
Upon completion of the successful IGA solar PV trials at IGA Canning Vale and IGA Geraldton, Solargain received approval from the Metcash state retail operations manager, Kevin Rothery, to approach all the individual IGA store owners in WA.
IGA X-press Bibra Lake
Several years ago Paul Buckingham, IGA X-press Bibra Lake business owner, purchased a 4kW system from Solargain for his home. After being satisfied with both the system's performance and Solargain’s previous dealings with him, Mr. Buckingham approached us to assist him with a commercial system to reduce his electricity costs at his retail outlet which is a combined IGA X-press and Down Under Liquor store.
Koala Storage has two sites in the Perth metro area at Osborne Park and O’Connor. The Osborne Park site is a standard self storage facility whereas the facility at O’Connor includes climate controlled storage units. The company approached Solargain seeking help in reducing their significant electricity bills at the O’Connor facility.
Prime Products are the largest importers and traders of groceries and branded products from India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka in Western Australia.