Over the last few months, we have helped seven clients finance their energy efficiency upgrades with an EUA.
Last Friday (26 May), the Sustainable Melbourne Fund announced a new collaboration with the Victorian Government to boost the number of businesses that are taking up EUAs. The awareness program will make the low cost financing option even more accessible for Victorian businesses.
Environmental Upgrade Agreements (EUAs) are a Victorian and NSW council-based financing mechanism enabling building owners, tenants and investors to better access long term finance for environmental upgrades, including LED lighting and solar energy, to existing commercial and non-residential buildings on attractive terms.
Cherry Energy Solutions are experts in securing a return on your renewable energy investment with thorough planning and ongoing guidance. Our quality assurance processes and extensive technical insight can help ensure a long, profitable future for your organisation's renewable energy assets.
We have financed more than 1MW of solar on EUAs over the last 3 months.
Our team includes licensed electricians, CEC-accredited solar installers, registered professional engineers, and experts in solar technologies as well as system design, installation, monitoring, education, and troubleshooting.
Melbourne, Greater Geelong, Hobsons Bay, Maribyrnong, Wyndham, Macedon, Mornington Peninsula, Moreland, Greater Bendigo and Greater Shepparton are amongst the 14 Victorian councils now offering EUAs.
If you are interested in learning more about how EUA financing can work for you, contact us today!
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