Superpower 2022 Make Solar Easy flyer distribution

Letterboxers needed!

We will have 25,000 flyers ready to go from Friday 11th February

We need volunteers to help letterbox flyers to bring people to two upcoming Lighter Footprints events.

 

More solar, turbocharging the clean energy transition!

Help bring new faces to our February 23rd Simon Holmes a Court event, and our next Metro Community Power Hub Solar Information Night on March 16th. We plan to letterbox primarily in the Kew area but will also be selecting some areas in Hawthorn, Chisholm and Higgins.

Are you able to help us with flyer letterboxing? Each bundle will take approximately 1.5 hours to complete, and clear instructions will be provided. There will be a window for delivery of about 5 days from Friday 11th to Wednesday 16th of February so you can choose the time that suits you best.

 

If you can help, please fill in the form below

Mick Nolan, helped by members of the Energy Transition Group, will be bundling our flyers on Thursday 10th, and they will then be available for pick-up from porches near you. Please feel free to ring Mick on 0408 485 008 or email him on mick23nolan@gmail.com if you would like more information.

 

Letterdropping for clean energy in Hiigins, Kooyong and Chisholm
Seize the Change, Superpower 2022 Lighter Footprints event with Simon Holmes à Court

Superpower 2022: Simon Holmes à Court – Wednesday Feb 23

Simon Holmes à Court presents his annual Energy Update, catching us up on the speed of the clean energy transition and the opportunities for reworking Australia’s energy systems, manufacturing and transforming exports.

RSVP here for limited in-person tickets at the Marwal Centre. Online options will be available soon.

 

Make Solar Easy with Lachlan Hensey, Energy Advisor, Metropolitan Community Power Hub, Lighter Footprints Information Night, March 16

Make Solar Easy information night – Wednesday March 16

Is 2022 your solar year? Solar is now a no-brainer, with paybacks at 3-6 years, but decisions about type, size, orientation, suppliers and heritage factors can feel daunting. This is where access to the Metro Community Power Hub (MCPH) Solar Program can really help.

RSVP to our MCPH Solar Information Night on March 16 here, for an independent overview. You will be able to quiz Energy Advisor, Lachlan Hensey, about your individual situation. Learn more about solar and moving further on the path towards an efficient, affordable all-electric home.

Further Information

Metro Community Power Hub

Lighter Footprints

Disclaimer

Lighter Footprints has arranged access for Boroondara residents to the MCPH Solar Program, which offers discounted prices with trusted suppliers. However, please note that whilst Lighter Footprints has endeavoured to ensure all information is correct, individual circumstances will vary and it is important that you undertake your own research to best cater for your preferences and situation.