Solar PV Feasibility and Management
- Latrobe University: 4.5MW rooftop solar and carports
- University of Melbourne: 2.7MW Solar PV program
- Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre 309kW
- Nillumbik Stadium: 100kW PV, 100kWhr/45kW battery
- South Melbourne Market, City of Port Phillip
- Private hospital rollout (national)
- City of Darebin 850kW Solar and Energy storage
- Solar Engineering and Grid Connection
Solar Farms and Storage - Development Services
- 4.9MW Longwarry battery land and planning permit
- Business case for large battery addition to 40MW solar farm
- Yarra Ranges Council 4.5MW Solar Landfill Feasibility
- 400MW Solar farm design and planning permit
- Nillumbik Shire Council Landfill 4.99MW Solar Feasibility
- Knox City Council 4.99MW Landfill Solar Farm
- Solar Farm 3D photomontages and videos
- Solar Farms and Storage - Engineering
- Solar Hybrid On Grid
- Solar Hybrid Off Grid
- Energy Audits
- Energy and Emissions Strategy
- Feasibility Studies
- Embedded Networks
- Project: Level 2 Energy efficiency Audit for a major recycling business
SKM is a major recycling business in northern Melbourne, processing recyclable waste from a huge portion of Melbourne. The facility includes state of the art screening and sorting equipment, processing mixed recyclable waste into products including paper, cardboard, glass and metals. The linked facility Glass Recovery Services processes the glass materials into a range of colours and grains.
A Level 2 energy audit by Enhar was commissioned to identify means of reducing energy wastage in the processes of the site, and to identify new technologies. The task for Enhar was to identify cost effective ways of saving energy which were both effective and feasible for the facility.
Our energy audit report identified a number of measures to reduce energy consumption by up to 30%. Energy saving improvements to baling systems which increase productivity were identified, as well as a range of solutions in lighting, voltage optimisation and variable speed drives for motors.
The assessment project was co-funded through the Smarter Resources Smarter Business program by Sustainability Victoria.
The project was