Andrews govt launches community energy guide: Shows ‘all hands on deck’ approach to growing renewables

time to mobilise a big mob, so our leaders can make us leaders, no time to lose

The Andrews government launched Victoria’s first guide for community-owned renewable energy projects which comes in the lead up to the release of its Renewable Energy Action Plan.

Minister for Energy Lily D’Ambrosio launched the guide at the Hepburn Wind’s annual general Meeting in Daylesford — Australia’s first community-owned wind farm.

“The renewable energy industry provides opportunities to grow Victoria’s economy, create new jobs and preserve our environment,” said Minister for Energy, Lily D’Ambrosio.

“We’ve restarted renewable energy in Victoria, and now we’re committed to making our state the industry leader. That includes supporting community-owned projects including wind, solar and small-scale hydro

D'Ambrosio Hep Wind

Friends of the Earth and community energy advocate Embark welcome the release of the community energy guide and say it demonstrates an ‘all hands on deck’ approach to growing renewables in the state.

“The Andrews government’s support for the community energy sector demonstrates an ‘all hands on deck’ approach to meet Victorian…

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