The Powering Communities Program will provide $10.2 million in grants to help not-for-profit community organisations reduce energy use, improve energy productivity and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Up to $67,700 is available to fund up to 12 projects in every electorate, including right here in Jagajaga.
- The minimum grant amount is $5,000.
- The maximum grant amount is $12,000.
- Upgrading equipment to reduce energy consumption
- Undertaking energy management activities and assessments, such as energy systems assessments and feasibility studies
- Investing in energy monitoring and management systems
- Investing in on-site renewable energy and solar-connected batteries
- Installing solar PV systems and solar-connected batteries
- Replacing some energy using equipment with new, more efficient equipment
- Energy audits and monitoring equipment