Grants for monitoring your energy baseline

11 Jul
The Victorian State government is providing up to $25,000 per project to cover up to 100% of the cost of undertaking baseline monitoring for energy efficiency projects. This makes it easier to start new projects earning  VEEC certificates  using the new project based methodology.  Contact us now

Top solar talent has boosted our team

25 Jun
Enhar's team has grown to meet our increased workload! We are delighted to welcome on board leading solar electrical engineers and project managers. Roger Mansfield brings a wealth of expertise in solar electrical design and grid connection. Recognised as an industry expert, his capabilities in d

Grant deadlines approaching

12 Feb
Deadlines for Victorian State Government Grants for Minigrids and New Energy projects are fast approaching.   Enhar's team is busy assisting applicants prepare submissions for some exciting projects including minigrids in commercial precincts in Victoria.    The final $3M round of the New Energy

Reflections on Enhar’s 2017, and here’s to a Sunny 2018!

20 Dec
2017 has been a busy year for renewable energy and here at Enhar, it’s been no different. It’s that time of the year, however, when we get a chance to reflect on our achievements and it is especially great when a snapshot of some of the projects we have been working on through the year start to

Solar award for Uni of Melbourne project

28 Nov
One of the most challenging and rewarding Solar projects Enhar has been involved in received recognition by winning the CEC 2017 Solar Design and Installation awards in the 30-250kW at the All Energy conference. The 167kW 'University of Melbourne Sports solar project', provided various installati

Melbourne University celebrates solar PV

7 Aug
Melbourne University is rolling out solar PV on its Parkville and regional campuses, reducing its carbon and energy costs and increasing its sustainability.   Enhar is engaged by the University as project superintendent which involves project planning and management through the procurement and inst