Reduce your energy bills

EnergySmart South Australia shows you how to reduce your energy bills at home or in your small business.

You can download the EnergySmart booklet or pick up a hard copy. This 96 page booklet,  funded by the South Australian Government,  has detailed information about different ways to save money.

Also check out the Energy Tour featuring Jon Dee speaking at public meetings October-November 2017 around  Adelaide and South Australia.

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Shinehub Community Solar Program

This may be of interest to some of you:

The SA Community Solar Program is available to anyone who owns a home in or around Adelaide – and signup closes on 2 December 2017. By getting lots of people in one area to go solar at the same time, we can ensure you get the best possible deal.

The program is running several community information sessions and is offering $0 down deals on solar and battery systems through partnership with several pay as you go companies. Repayments are supposed to start at $17/week for solar and $30/week for solar and battery systems, you’ll be able to save from day one without paying anything up front.

For more information on sessions and the program see the Shinehub website.
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Renewable energy needs your support!

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Message from GetUp and Solar Citizens – the Homegrown Power Plan is on tour across Australia. First stop on the 100% Renewables Roadshow is Adelaide!

WHAT: Adelaide’s 100% Renewables Community Forum (free but limited seats!)
WHEN: Monday 31 October 2016, 6.30pm – 8.30 pm (doors open at 6pm)
WHERE: Goodwood Community Centre, 32-34 Rosa St, Goodwood, Adelaide Continue reading

Divestment Day 8 October 2016

Tomorrow, Saturday 8 October 2016, is Divestment Day – we encourage everyone to take part or, at least, to consider what actions you can take to ensure that your money is not funding climate change.

We recently held a public meeting on the topic of divestment, presented by Jack Bertolus, Research Coordinator at Market Forces, a Melbourne-based organisation that researches and publishes information about investments in fossil fuel projects. You can view Jack’s power point here.

Market Forces website contains many useful resources on how to compare banks, superannuation funds and insurance companies, many of which invest heavily in fossil fuels despite having made commitments to change in order to meet the terms of the Paris Agreement.

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