Funding awarded through Community Sustainability Grants Program

Published on 23 February 2022

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Indigo Shire Council has awarded just over $19,000 in funding to various community groups through its 2021-2022 Community Sustainability Grants Program.

The program, which has been running for four years, provides financial assistance to community groups and organisations to implement and build capacity for renewable energy, energy efficiency, waste and climate change related projects.

A total of five organisations across the Shire will share in the funding which will see a range of initiatives implemented such as educational events, capital works projects that reduce energy costs to community facilities and projects that reduce greenhouse emissions and work towards a zero emissions future.

Table of applicants with successful projects
Applicant  Project Name  Project Details   Amount awarded
Kiewa Catchment Landcare Groups Encouraging community resilience and climate change awareness through urban Landcare in Kiewa / Tangambalanga. Revegetation at Coulston Park Recreation Reserve (Tangambalanga), native plant giveaway, signage.   $1000
Wahgunyah Progress Association Incorporated Light up the public facility Installation of a 12v solar power supply and battery storage to light the Railway Reserve toilets (Wahgunyah).  $1386
Lions Club of Beechworth Inc Gang Plate Layers Cottages' Step to the 21st Century  Installation of a 3.3kw solar system (10 x 330w panels) and 3000TL-X Dual Inverter.  $3937
 Yackandandah Cemetery Trust Energy for Life - Recharging the Cemetery Long After Your Battery Goes Flat  Installation of a 5kw Solar photovoltaic (PV) and battery storage system on the Cemetery Grounds Maintenance Shed to charge battery operated grounds maintenance equipment and power tools.  $8000
Stanley Hall and Athenaeum Committee of management Powering Stanley Community - Solar on Stanley Hall  Installation of a 6.6kw solar system and inverter at Stanley Hall.   $5000
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