Yackandandah

Key project figures

  • 14 houses with 110kWh of battery storage and over 50kW of solar panels
  • Designed to facilitate energy sharing.
  • Over 500kW of solar power covering more than 100 houses.
  • 170 Ubis deployed.
  • Ubi is designed and assembled in Victoria.

In partnership with Totally Renewable Yackandandah (TRY) the project commenced nearly two years  ago to explore community energy solutions to help the Yackandandah community achieve its goal of powering the town with 100% renewable energy by 2022.

This unique partnership has not only led the Yackandandah Community Mini Grid project but also helped AusNet Services create and launch Mondo Power.

Through Mondo Power, the successes from Yackandandah can now be repeated for communities and businesses across Australia and beyond.