Newspaper article The Northern Star (Lismore, Australia)

Enova Energy Is Powering Up for First Customers

Newspaper article The Northern Star (Lismore, Australia)

Enova Energy Is Powering Up for First Customers

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Byline: Ross Kendall ross.kendall@northernstar.com.au

LOCAL power distributor Enova Energy is making final preparations before taking on customers in late May and plans to pay a feed-in-solar tariff of 10 cents per kilowatt hour.

In the four months since Australia's first community-owned energy distributor raised $3 million from shareholders it has opened an office in Byron Bay, and is employing 19 local people including service providers.

The company is in the process of testing its systems that will enable it to start supplying customers, Enova chair Alison Crooks said.

Shareholders will be contacted in the next weeks, and should be able to start migrating across from their existing energy suppliers to Enova Energy by late May.

Enova will be supplying fully accredited green power and will also be sourcing its own renewable energy suppliers.

Households not part of the existing 60 cents feed-in-tariff regime can expect to get 10 cents per kWh from Enova. …

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