The Hub Foundation is proud to be working with Energy Matters, as the solar supplier and installer for the current round of MASH – round 3.2. Founded in 2006, Energy Matters is one of Australia’s largest solar companies solely dedicated to residential, commercial and wholesale solar energy and storage solutions.
Energy Matters appoints local solar installers, where possible, to install MASH systems thereby supporting local businesses in the region where MASH is available. These installers work under contract to Energy Matters to their performance quality standards and the quality of their workmanship is underwritten by Energy Matters.
MASH has supported my business over several years to provide local employment. I live in the area and employ local guys. So it’s been a great boost.” – Morgan Kurrajong, Owner, Universal Power and Light, Castlemaine (installer on the MASH project)
Energy Matters was the supplier and installer for the second round of the MASH community solar bulk-buy in 2015, installing close to 300 systems in the Mount Alexander Shire, Macedon Ranges and surrounds with terrific results and positive feedback from customers.
The company has its Australian headquarters at Southbank in Melbourne. The team includes a number of staff who’ve been involved in the previous MASH bulk-buy and who are passionate about the project and what MASH stands for.
Energy Matters is the preferred supplier for a number of other community and council-organised solar bulk-buys. For example, it recently won the tender – for the fourth consecutive time – to be the preferred supplier and installer for the solar bulk-buys organised by Positive Charge, part of the Moreland Energy Foundation, which run in metro Melbourne and further afield.
Energy Matters was amongst the first Australian solar power brands to be listed on the Clean Energy Council’s (CEC’s) Solar PV Retailer Code of Conduct. The Code aims to further enhance consumer confidence and consumer protection in the solar PV retail sector; plus further improve solar retailer standards and compliance.
Energy Matters has one of the largest number of accredited (Clean Energy Council) installers working for it, with extensive experience working with home and commercial solar panel systems in Australia. It is open consider solar installers in the regions where MASH operates. Should any CEC accredited solar installer with an outstanding quality track record in the Mount Alexander Shire, Macedon Ranges, Hepburn Shire or City of Greater Bendigo be interested in working under contract to Energy Matters on the MASH project, get in touch with Energy Matters at: firstname.lastname@example.org