2018 03 cheque hand over to breazeEvery year the Smart Living and Building Expo donates the money raised from its Auction and Raffle to a sustainable cause.

This year they have generously donated $1,500 to the BREAZE social solar program.

The Smart Building and Living Expo showcases local sustainable building and lifestyle services and products for people planning to build or retrofit sustainable homes, and those interested in sustainable transport, lifestyle and food choices.

It runs on the last Sunday in February each year, in Buninyong. and provides an opportunity for the community to come and talk about all things sustainable.

While presenting the cheque to Paul Duggan, board member of BREAZE, Andrea Mason , director of the expo said:

"The successful Auction and Raffle team, led by Belinda Wardle were excited to donate this money to the social solar program.  It is great to see the benefits of efficient, cheap and clean solar power being able to be used across the whole community."

Read more: $1500 Donation from Sustainability Expo

1for1watt transThe One Dollar for One Watt project started by adding 1.5 kW of solar to each of four recently built units in Ballarat. These units house young single people.

Next, a combined 6.2 kW of solar was added to two townhouses in Ararat that accommodate people with a disabled family member.

Now we want to put 3.8 kW of solar on each of two properties in Stawell that are offered to young, single mums with nowhere else to go.

More properties will be added soon; we're just waiting for 'size of array' assessments to be completed and photos to be taken.

Have a look at all the properties - choose can yours from the 'Up for Adoption' list. You don't have to donate the full amount because this is our One Dollar for One Watt campaign and One Dollar is just fine.

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