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Solar Savers

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The Hepburn Shire Council have re-launched their Solar Savers program to help low-income households access solar. Many pensioners and concession card holders find that the upfront costs of solar are an insurmountable hurdle. Solar Savers helps make solar more accessible to these households by purchasing these solar systems on the behalf of households and then facilitating repayment in instalments through property rates. The repayment costs are lower than the bill savings, meaning that residents should be in front from day one.

If you are a pensioner and interested in getting solar, please contact Solar Savers on 9385 8512, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to find out more.

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