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Heyfield community embraces innovative microgrid project

Pictured from left, Latrobe Valley Authority economic development and investment director Moragh MacKay, Heyfield Community Resource Centre bookkeeper Julie Bryer, resource centre manager Caroline Trevorrow, Wattwatchers program manager Tim McCoy, MyTown community liaison officer Emma Birchall, Institute for Sustainable Futures research director Scott Dwyer and The Change Agency representative Kristy Walters. Photo: Kirsty McCallum

Heyfield community embraces innovative microgrid project

Residents gathered at the Heyfield Wetlands Information Centre last week to celebrate the official launch of the town’s innovative project to design a more sustainable and equitable local energy model.


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