Warragul solar depot

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The Warragul solar depot is owned by the SP-AusNet company and is located in Warragul, Victoria. SP-AusNet manage energy distribution networks across much of Victoria.

Six 1.05kW solar panels are installed in the elevated corner in Warragul by local Trafalgar business Sustainable Impact and connected by local electrician Malady Pty Electrical Contractors.

The panels generate approximately 4.7 kW hours each date.

This intiative was driven by SP-AusNet employee Mark Young, who articulated the beneft and wanted to see a visual commitment to renewable energies at his depot. The SP AusNet Sustainability Team recognised the need and obtained the funding for the project.

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