Quick Win project No. 5: Nannup Community Resource Centre
Nannup Community Resource Centre is a not for profit, community managed organisation that provides a wide range of support services for residents of the Nannup area, 269km south of Perth, WA. They provide training and education programs, access to business facilities, and information on community events and government services.
“If there is a support service identified by our community as needed and not already being provided, we try to address this need so our community is not disadvantaged, thereby strengthening the community and building resilience.” Website: http://nannup.crc.net.au/
See live display of current solar generation at http://pvoutput.org/list.jsp?id=47862&sid=43613&v=0
See what has been achieved via the CORENA loan to Nannup CRC so far
Note: The ‘At subsequent projects’ figures should be a bit higher than shown below. This is because we temporarily used some Big Win funds to help fund some of our early Quick Win projects, and when we later repaid that amount to the Big Win fund we used two loan repayments from Nannup ($1,800) to help pay that back. That money is now achieving reductions in carbon emissions via Big Win projects, but that benefit is not reflected in the table shown below.
* Since the amount of CO2 avoided is highly dependent on the fuel source used for local grid electricity, and since subsequent CORENA projects (partly funded by loan repayments from this one) are in different locations and began at various times when different carbon intensity figures applied, we have used 1MWh = 1 tonne as a very rough approximation across all projects.
Note: A $7,000 loan of Big Win money was included in the funds used for the Nannup project, primarily so that ‘older’ contributions to the Big Win project could start reducing carbon emissions. In March 2017, this money was repaid to the Big Win fund using loan repayments received from completed Quick Win projects. Details here.
People contributing to Project 5
|2015-06-03||Part of Beechworth Project 3 loan repayment||$250.00|
|2015-06-03||Jonathan Maddox Powershop referral bonus||NSW||$75.00|
|2015-05-22||Jean Pierre Redestorff||$19.18/month|
|2015-05-21||Project 1 loan repayment (Tulgeen Disability Services, NSW)||$1,000.00|
|2015-05-19||Project 2 loan repayment (Gawler Community House)||$2,142.35|
|2015-05-19||Donation jar at Nannup CRC||WA||$147.55|
|2015-05-10||very proud and appreciative daughter||SA||$25.00|
|2015-04-27||Bill Gresham - adds to earlier $400 to make one panel||ACT||$100.00|
|2015-04-17||Original Green Co||SA||$1,000.00
|2015-04-17||Sarah and Steven McCabe||WA||$20/month|
|2015-04-17||Jean Pierre Redestorff||$19.18/month|
|2015-04-16||Transition Town Guildford Inc||WA||$50.00|
|2015-04-15||temporary loan from Big Win fund||$7,000.00|
|2015-04-13||Transition Town Guildford Inc||WA||$200.00|
Loan amount: $15,440
Loan repayments: $900/quarter
Status: Funded project
Loan repayments completed:
|Work details||Cost||Expected savings|
|Total: $17,440||Total: $4,577/year|
|10kW Solar PV installation|
40 x ET Solar ET-P660250
Inverter: 1 x STP 10000TL-10
($2,000 to be paid by Nannup CRC itself and $15,440 from CORENA)