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Panels on roofs and batteries in sheds for Euroa - Shirley Saywell
September 19, 2018 Robert McLean
The Federal Government, according to Shirley Saywell, Euroa Environment Group president, is trying to pretend the problem her town faces, along with many others, doesn't exist. She argues that not only is the government sitting on its hands, but it has ignored the problem facing small towns, and larger communities throughout Australia. Shirley's group is behind the $6 million grassroots project to install 589 kilowatts of new solar photovoltaic (PV) panels, and up to 400 kilowatts of new batteries. It will work with Mondo Power and Globird Energy as well as 14 businesses within the town.
The Federal Government, according to Shirley Saywell, Euroa Environment Group president, is trying to pretend the problem her town faces, along with many others, doesn't exist. She argues that not only is the government sitting on its hands, but it has ignored the problem facing small towns, and larger communities throughout Australia. Shirley's group is behind the $6 million grassroots project to install 589 kilowatts of new solar photovoltaic (PV) panels, and up to 400 kilowatts of new batteries. It will work with Mondo Power and Globird Energy as well as 14 businesses within the town.
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