Several Yack locals have been telling their stories and that of the town’s renewable transition recently. The result of a lengthy day of interviews and photos has appeared in today’s … Continue reading Financial benefits spur businesses and households
TRY recently held a Community Celebration, presenting the results of our 100% Feasibility Study along with information on Mondo’s energy marketplace trial, Project EDGE. The evening included a relaxed meal … Continue reading On the EDGE of our seats for the Community Celebration!
As we embark on the final Stage 5 of our roadmap to 100% renewables, it’s time to check in with our community. We’re asking Yack area locals over 18 in … Continue reading Community energy check-in!
If you have been rushing around town to get your weekend shopping completed before it started raining over the last few weeks, you may have run into the TRY Community … Continue reading TRY yaks with Yack
The 2021 TRY Inc. AGM will be held onWednesday, October 13th, at 7.30pm This will be an on-line meeting, via Zoom, in line with the current COVID-19 restrictions on public … Continue reading 2021 Annual General Meeting
It’s not nearly as exciting as a 63% reduction on your power bill, but TRY has been helping to develop energy policy as well. On 27 August TRY participated in … Continue reading ALPA Hearing
Matt Charles-Jones recently spoke to Richelle Hunt and Jonathon Kendall from ABC Radio for The Conversation Hour, discussing microgrids, batteries and resilience. You can listen to the conversation via the … Continue reading Resilience is the word
After two years of planning, fundraising, and implementation, TRY and Indigo Power have completed their first community battery, Yack01. The 274 kWh battery and 65 kW solar installation is the … Continue reading Community battery launch
TRY was in Australia’s capital on Monday when our independent member for Indi, Dr Helen Haines MP, tabled a new bill to to enact The Local Power Plan. The Plan … Continue reading Landmark bill tabled in parliament
TRY is thrilled with the partnerships we have nurtured on our mission and a good example is our relationship with the CFA. It took a few years of discussions and … Continue reading Working with the CFA
After a year unlike any other, we gathered in the Osbornes Flat Hall on December 16 for our last committee meeting. As we set up a projector screen and put … Continue reading Sustainability award winners!
Our 100% Feasibility Study is considering what it will take to get Yack to 100% renewables and the best mix of options to do so. It’s a big task, but … Continue reading What is 100% and how do we get there…
With the intensity of pandemic restrictions, home schooling and the chaos of border closure effects, a couple of achievements almost slipped by unnoticed. TRY’s Chairperson, cofounder and long-time renewable energy … Continue reading A local hero and finalists for a sustainability award
TRY’s Annual General Meeting was held on the 21 October via an online forum, as was appropriate for the strange year that 2020 has been. It was kept short and … Continue reading 2020 AGM Round Up
TRY has been one of many community groups contributing to a detailed plan for bringing renewable energy benefits to regional and rural areas. The article below appeared in the October/November … Continue reading A Local Power Plan for the regions
TRY and Indigo Power were on the PRIME7 News with the announcement of grant funding from the Victorian Government for our first community-scale battery storage facility, Yack01. We were very … Continue reading Supersizing a community battery
The 2020 TRY Inc. AGM will be held onWednesday, October 21st, at 7.30pm [Edit: The AGM Agenda is available here] This will be an on-line meeting, via Zoom, in line … Continue reading 2020 Annual General Meeting
TRY is seeking spaces to scale up to 100% As your local community energy group, TRY has worked hard at getting solar systems onto Yack rooftops with the awesome result … Continue reading Seeking solar sites
Matthew Charles-Jones, TRY Chairperson, was recently interviewed for an article on three Victorian community’s efforts to power up in different ways: the communities were Yackandandah, Hepburn Shire, Preston in Melbourne, … Continue reading RACV’s People Power
TRY’s chair Matt Charles-Jones was a guest on ABC Radio Melbourne’s The Conversation Hour yesterday, discussing grid reliability and energy options with Warwick Long. He appeared alongside Tony Wood (Grattan … Continue reading Looking at reliability