Green energy for White Gum Valley

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 | News

ABC Online: Green Energy for White Gum Valley development an 'Australian first', to benefit residents and investors


A new residential complex south of Perth will feature solar panels and battery storage technology, providing financial benefits for tenants and investors.


Landcorp's White Gum Valley project will include apartments, townhouses, maisonettes and single home sites, housing more than 150 people on the former Kim Beazley school site.


Innovation WGV Green Energy for White Gum Valley

Artist's impression of White Gum Valley


The WA Government said the use of renewable energy technology would cut energy and water bills by about $1,200 a year for tenants in the complex, which will feature a demonstration housing project managed as a strata development.


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