Repower Shoalhaven’s mission is to facilitate the development and implementation of renewable energy to deliver positive outcomes for local communities on the South Coast and SE of NSW. We are working with regional businesses, local government and community groups to achieve this aim.
Businesses supported into solar power
Clean energy generated
Tonnes CO₂ emissions saved
Members & community investors
Current Rooftop Systems
Repower Shoalhaven is managing 22 commercial rooftop solar systems on behalf of our community investors and the host businesses. This involves:
- Monitoring solar system performance against project expectations;
- Undertaking any necessary system repairs and maintenance;
- Billing host businesses for solar generation in line with their power purchase agreements; and,
- Distributing interest income and principle repayments to community investors
Once the 10-year power purchase agreement period ends for each of the seven Repower Pty Ltd companies, then the systems will transfer to the host businesses.
In conjunction with ZeroSE we have developed the Shoalhaven Energy Plan to encourage widespread adoption of solar energy, electric vehicles and energy efficiency measures. We will be working with all elements of the community to foster the adoption of clean energy and reduce our carbon emissions.
Australia's first known community investor-owned solar power system, on the roof of the Shoalhaven Heads Bowling and Recreation Club.Learn More
Located at Figtree Anglican Church and Nowra City Church. 100% funded by 23 June 2021.Learn More
Located at Anderson & Sons Dairy Farm, Milkwood Bakery, John Hills Signs and South Pacific Roof Trusses. 100% funded by 26 May 2016.Learn More
Located at Nowra Bowling Club, Eagle Park Dairy and Ogden's Timber & Hardware. Fully subscribed in under 2 days by 23 November 2016.Learn More
Located at six businesses across the South Coast, Southern Highlands and Sydney, with a total of $238,000 community investment.Learn More
Located at the Treat Factory Berry, Wonson & Bros Timber Yard and Coolamon Shire Council (Health Precinct), with a total of $153,000 community investment.Learn More