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Enhar assists Mazenod college to secure grant for 270kW solar PV in Melbourne

18 Dec
Mazenod college will install Australia’s largest rooftop solar system for a school – a 270kW PV array with grant funding assisted by Enhar

Trevor Ackland, Director at Enhar attended a Minesterial launch of a solar PV project at Mazenod College in Mulgrave, Victoria. Enhar assisted Mazenod college to secure a $50,000 grant from Sustainability Victoria towards a section of the 270kW solar PV installation: the largest School solar PV installation in Australia which is being installed by Enervest.  Former Environment Minister Scott Ryan attended the launch and announced the Community Sustainabilty Infrastructure Fund grant towards the project.

Solar PV installation completed at Mazenod College

A photo from Enervest of the completed stage 1 at Mazenod College, Victoria with ReneSola Virtus II modules.

The Mazenod college November newsletter 2014 stated:

“..we were very happy to welcome our State Environment and Youth Affairs Minister, Mr Ryan Smith, alongside Liberal Candidate for Mulgrave, Mr Robert Davies, to present to us a $50,000 grant to the College.
This grant is part of the State Government’s environmental support and after a detailed submission from the College, we were fortunate enough to be eligible for the support. Our solar project is the largest school solar installation in Australia and demonstrates a real commitment to the environment, sustainability, lower electricity prices and education priorities.”

Enhar provides solar feasibility services and solar grant funding services to clients throughout Australia. We had success with a number of applications in the latest round of grants from CSIF.

Links:

Mazenod College Newsletter

Enervest solar PV installer website  and Envervest Facebook page

Renew Economy article on the Mazenod project