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Why add shared solar to social housing?

With energy bills in Australia at their worst in decades, many Australians are struggling to make ends meet.

As a result, many social housing providers are becoming increasingly concerned with finding sustainable solutions for tenants across their portfolios.

Adding rooftop solar to multi-tenanted buildings is one of the most cost effective way for social housing providers to reduce tenants’ cost of living.

Benefits

Solar social housing package

A solar discount for social housing providers

This initiative offers a discount on the solar panels, roof mounting equipment, smart meters and solar sharing technology required to provide apartment residents with self-generated solar energy.
Read more about the Solar Social Housing Package here.

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Testimonials

These affordable housing tenants at a City West Housing development talk about their experience of being able to access shared solar.

Our Clients

Case studies

Ryde, New South Wales

  • Community housing – Retrofit
  • Number of apartments: 17
  • Average electricity bill savings per household per year: $437
  • CO2 emissions avoided per year: 44 tonnes

Altona North, Victoria

  • Community housing
  • Number of apartments: 44
  • Average electricity bill savings per household per year: $716.72
  • CO2 emissions avoided per year in first 2 years: 2.5 tonnes

Marrickville, NSW

  • Community housing
  • Number of apartments: 6
  • Average savings in the first three months: $101
  • CO2 emissions avoided in the first three months: 425kg