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Red Door Cafe, Moruya

Micro Energy Systems Australia, in partnership with SHASA, donated a 3.48kW Photovoltaic Solar system to the RED DOOR Street Cafe.

The Red door operates from the Moruya Anglican Church hall and provides free meals to the community in need, every Tuesday 12 noon to 1.30pm. The addition of a 3.48kW solar system to the Church administration building is helping to significantly reduce the electricity bills incurred with running fridges, freezers, stoves and ovens.

The installation of 12 x 290-watt panels provides at least an additional 4000kW of electricity to the site, with most of the production being utilised by onsite loads.

All the equipment, balance of systems and labour were donated by Micro Energy Systems.

Proceeds from the 2018 Renewable Energy Expo raffle run by SHASA was used to support this project through ongoing energy monitoring and energy saving infrastructure including energy efficient heating.


Monty’s Place at Narooma’s Uniting Church will be solar powered after the installation of 5.4 kw of solar panels on the roof in April.

Monty’s solar-power system has been made possible by donations from South Coast Health and Sustainability Alliance (SHASA) and Micro Energy Systems Australia (MESA).

Monty’s runs on a tight budget and volunteers are excited that the new solar power system will save them about $2000 per year that can now be put to other good uses.

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