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  • Make your vote count for community energy!

    Make your vote count for community energy!

    It’s polling day and Hepburn Wind would like to encourage our supporters to consider their vote carefully. We’ve put together some resources so you can judge what is on the table for community energy and climate action this election. The past eight years have been a tumultuous time for the renewable energy sector and our co-operative. The Coalition’s attacks to…

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  • Hepburn Wind’s first dividend for members

    Hepburn Wind’s first dividend for members

    Hepburn Wind is happy to declare our first dividend for members! The co-operative’s directors have carefully reviewed Hepburn Wind’s assets, liabilities and expected cash flows and are satisfied that Hepburn Wind is now in a position to declare our first dividend for members. This will be a fully franked dividend of 2.6c per fully paid ordinary share (representing a dividend…

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  • Dividend notification for members

    Hepburn Wind is happy to declare our first dividend for members! The co-operative’s directors have carefully reviewed Hepburn Wind’s assets, liabilities and expected cash flows and are satisfied that Hepburn Wind is now in a position to declare our first dividend for members. This will be a fully franked dividend of 2.6c per fully paid ordinary share (representing a dividend…

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  • The Z-NET Community Transition Plan has Launched!

    The Z-NET Community Transition Plan has Launched!

    On Thursday the 4th of April, the Coalition for Community Energy launched their plan to put the Hepburn Shire on a path to be Australia’s first zero-net emissions community within 10 years. In 2017 local sustainability groups and community members put forward a submission to the Hepburn Shire Council to implement an ambitious Zero-Net Energy Target for the shire. In…

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  • Half-yearly report for 2019

    Half-yearly report for 2019

    Half-yearly report for 2019 In our Half-yearly report for 2019, you will find everything you need to know about the performance of Gale and Gusto, our financial performance, community work, upcoming dividend and our $500,000 dollar grant to develop a community-owned solar farm. Below is a brief snapshot of the report and you can read the full report here. If…

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  • Hepburn Wind awarded $500,000 for a solar farm!

    Hepburn Wind awarded $500,000 for a solar farm!

    Hepburn Wind has received a $500,000 dollar grant from the Labor State Government to go towards developing a solar farm! The Renewable Communities Program had a total pool of $1.1 million available to community groups seeking to develop and run renewable energy projects. Hepburn Wind has been investigating the solar resource at the Leonards Hill wind farm site over more…

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  • Annual General Meeting 2018

    Annual General Meeting 2018

    Thank you to the 101 members who attended our 2018 AGM last Saturday at Victoria Park Pavillion. The AGM offered attendees a great opportunity to find out more on the interim dividend rule change, Hepburn Wind’s work on the Z-NET Pilot and hear from Iris Degenhardt on her community’s transition to 120% renewables. Iris played a critical role in developing…

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  • PowershopLITE

    PowershopLITE

    Our energy retail partner Powershop has been a big supporter Hepburn Wind and our work on the ZNET Community Transition Plan. This year Powershop assisted us to deliver six solar installations for community facilities by providing co-funding from their Your Community Energy initiative. These installations will cut 35 tonnes of CO2 p.a and save these facilities hundreds of dollars a…

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