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Heyfield’s mini electricity grid aspirations on track

Gippsland MHR Darren Chester is pictured with Heyfield Community Resource Centres Julie Bryer and Heyfield IGA manager Colleen Phillips. Almost 280 solar panels were recently installed on the supermarkets roof.

Heyfield’s mini electricity grid aspirations on track

Heyfield is on track to become a model town for communities across Australia interested in setting up their own mini electricity grid.


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