About Us

TRY was started in 2014 and since then a lot of sunshine has hit a lot of solar panels. Find out a little bit more about us here.


TRY has conducted community engagement and analysed the outcomes of our major projects. We also make submissions to various government enquiries. We’ve included a few of our more notable reports and submissions here, along with recent brochures and speeches.

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If you join our mailing list, you will receive a quarterly newsletter which summarises recent events and progress on our main projects. Subscribers only receive the newsletter and the occasional email about important events. For those that don’t wish to subscribe you can check out the PDF or web versions of some previous newsletters below. We also publish updates in each edition of Yackandandah’s own community newspaper, Yackity Yak (follow the link to access back issues).

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From the beginning TRY’s ethos has been to show what can be done, that a clean energy transition is entirely achievable. We have worked hard to speak to communities, organisations and media whenever the chance arises about the steps we’re taking and the milestones achieved.

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If you’d like to contact us, you can send a message using the form below. All of our committee are volunteers with day jobs and families, so please be patient and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

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