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Clarence Valley Council (CVC) has improved its capacity to respond to natural disasters while taking a major step towards meeting its renewable energy targets.
Council's $900,000 solar upgrade and battery storage project at located at the Rushforth Road Works Depot in South Grafton has been specifically designed to improve capacity to respond to natural disasters.
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Aimed at recognising outstanding contributions or achievements which enhance environmental, economic and social sustainability, the awards are now in their eleventh year.
There are five award categories: Individuals, Businesses, Education, Community and Our Backyard.
A detailed feasibility study for a mid scale solar farm and landfill gas to energy plant at the Grafton Regional Landfill has been completed.
In a win-win for the environment and the ratepayer, the ‘Smart Energy Park’ will provide a financial return and significantly reduce Council’s greenhouse gas emissions by utilising 100 per cent renewable energy.
Targets adopted in the renewable Energy and Emissions Reductions Strategies to reduce emissions by 40 per cent and provide 50 per cent of electricity demand before 2030 will be exceeded ahead of schedule.
Sporting clubs are set to benefit from major upgrades to the facilities at McKittrick Park in South Grafton.
Renovations to the change rooms, public amenities and the referee room have been completed along with replacements to lighting of the sports field.
The lights were fully funded by Council and have been welcomed by the club members and the community.
The lights on arena one are now in place, and the aluminium grandstands have arrived but are not yet at the facility.
This project is proudly funded by The NSW Government.