Through 10 years experience in the industry, Australian’s Clubs are in one of the major sectors that Solar Choice has helped the most.
Why clubs are suitable for Solar Power
Typically companies with high potential to generate cost savings through solar power experience high energy consumption and have large uncovered roof space.
Through analysing the energy consumption of a large number of clubs, Solar Choice has observed energy-intensive operations including air-conditioning, refrigeration, gaming and lighting contribute to large and growing energy bills. Additionally clubs’ normal opening hours match the time where a solar PV array can generate the most power, meaning a large amount of an energy bill can be offset. Along with the fact that Clubs are open 7 days a week, which means the benefits of solar aren’t limited to business days.
As club managers serve their members, they have been proud to lead the way in switching to sustainable energy sources, providing both a positive story for their community and a financial outcome for club owners.
How Solar Choice can help
Solar Choice is a 100% free & impartial service to customers that has been operating since 2008. Clubs enjoy the fact that they can deal with one point of contact that are on their side to get impartial advice on the whole industry.
By examining a client’s energy profile, site & location variables, and then listening to their financial goals, Solar Choice is able to calculate the size of commercial solar power installation most appropriate for the client and map a time-line for realising untapped potential in our clients’ energy consumption habits.
Solar Choice utilises our unique position within the hub of the Australian solar energy industry to broker the leading technology and value in solar procurement from a network of over 100 of Australia’s most proficient, prominent and competitive solar power installations companies.
Australian Clubs Solar Choice has managed tenders for
The below is a list of some Australian Clubs that have proceeded with solar after using Solar Choices services to assist their journey:
- Halekalani Bowling Club (100kW)
- Blacktown RSL (100kW)
- Alpha Hotel Eastern Creek (100kw)
- Euston Bowling Club (99kW)
- Blacktown Sports Club (99kW)
- Blacktown Workers Club (99kW)
- Club Sapphire, Merimbula (94.75kW)
- Rules Club Wagga (75.75kW)
- Crescent Head Country Club (50kW)
- St George Hotel (50kW)
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