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Club's solar overhaul is well underway

Deniliquin Pastoral Times

One year after being approved by its Board, the Deniliquin RSL Club has started implementing a multi-million-dollar solar project at the club.

Stage one will include the reconstruction of the club car park, with new shade structures laden with solar panels. Electric vehicle charging stations and landscaping will also be included in this stage. Club CEO David Hart said the panels installed during stage one should be enough to cover most of the club’s electricity usage.

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Euston Club powers up

Swan Hill Guardian

After three years from first conception to final commissioning, the Euston Club is now one of the first clubs in Australia with its own clean energy on-site solar generated power plant

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VCE and Euston Club Deliver Renewable Energy

A First for the Murray Region

Front page feature in Robinvale Sentinel

“Vellocet Clean Energy came up with exceptional technology.. We’re proud and excited that Euston Club and the Murray River region are leading the way in clean energy innovation in Australia”

Ray Jones, former CEO, Euston Club

 

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Sunshine and smart thinking

Special feature in Clubs & Pubs Manager Magazine

Vellocet Clean Energy (VCE) is the leading provider of renewable clean energy solutions to the clubs industry. Under the Clean Energy for Clubs program, VCE builds onsite microgrids and energy parks, integrating the latest technologies and innovation in solar generation, battery storage, and microgrid control systems.

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Sunny days for Euston Club

Sunraysia Daily

After three years from first conception to final commissioning, the Euston Club is now one of the first clubs in Australia with its own clean energy on-site solar generated power plant.

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Moama Bowling Club embraces solar power  

The Riverine Herald

Moama Bowling Club (will be) one of the first NSW clubs to become a renewable energy producer to the national electricity market

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