Community & Not For Profit
Innaloo Sportsmen's Club
Innaloo Sportsmen’s Club were aware of the benefits of commercial solar PV for a number of years prior to making the decision to invest in a 30kW system. A significant reduction in the cost of solar PV panels, coupled with increasing electricity costs, saw the systems at their most viable stage and that helped club secretary Murray Ryan to make the decision to invest.
Manning Bowling Club
Due to the results of the system and the service provided by Solargain many members of the club have now gone ahead and purchased systems for their own homes from Solargain.
Cockburn Volunteer Headquarters
The Cockburn Volunteer Headquarters building is a newly constructed community building which is shared between the Cockburn State Emergency Service and the Coogee Bush Fire Brigade. The building construction plan incorporated the deployment of 20kW solar PV capacity to reduce the running costs of the building, so the builder invited tenders from the industry for the supply and install of this system.
St Bartholomew’s House
St Bartholomew’s installation was completed without issue and on time and opened by the premier, Colin Barnett on 24 August 2012.