Enova News and Updates

 

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19 October, 2017
It is difficult to see any common sense in the Federal Government's decision today to walk away from Clean Energy Target recommendations in favour of a new energy policy.

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19 October, 2017
Enova Community will launch its plans for a community-owned solar garden at an event at the Brunswick Picture House on 24 October at 5pm.

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5 October, 2017
Enova Community, Zero Emissions Byron and COREM, with support from Byron Shire Council, will team up to form Repower Byron Shire, an initiative that will encourage us to change the way we power our lives to achieve 100% renewable energy in the Byron Shire.

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18 September, 2017
In the wake of exciting news that Enova Community Energy is now a generator, the community-owned energy retailer has launched new energy plans that enable everyone to take up renewable energy at affordable rates.

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13 September, 2017
In this interview on Radio Adelaide, Tony discusses Enova's story of community involvement, and details the journey to becoming a renewable energy generator.

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4 September, 2017
Community-owned renewable retailer Enova Energy breaks new ground with the news it is becoming a solar energy generator.

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10 August, 2017
‘Disappointing’, pretty much sums up how Enova Energy MD, Tony Pfeiffer describes the outcomes of the Prime Minister’s price talks with the major energy retailers yesterday.

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8 August, 2017
As the Prime Minister holds price talks with the major energy retailers, our local community-owned company, Enova Energy, believes that this is only the starting point for industry change.

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26 July, 2017
Since the flood in Lismore, LightnUp Inc., the organisers of Lismore Lantern Parade, has moved to new premises. They now need to address the issue of needing more lights inside their new home for lantern-makers to be able to work in bright, well-lit conditions, but they also need to keep energy bills as low as possible, and are keen to make a contribution to reducing carbon emissions. To help, the organization has called upon local community-owned renewable energy company Enova Energy to help it install solar panels on the roof of the new building.

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7 July, 2017
Enova has announced a new solar energy plan, Solar 16 Plus, which has a 16cent/kWh Feed-in tariff (FIT). It is one of the highest tariffs on offer in NSW and a 33% increase over Enova’s previous market leading 12c FIT.