Solar Powered Penguins coming soon!

13 June 2019

The Gippsland Solar team are proud to announce that they have just put the finishing touches on an epic 200kW system at the new Phillip Island Nature Park’s Penguin Parade Visitors Centre.

Not only did we pull out all stops to complete this project for Kane Constructions on a tight deadline, but we have been nominated by Kane for a sub-contractor Excellence Award at their gala evening in August.

We used 666 x Trina Solar mono PERC solar panels, and of course, our favourite Fronius Australia inverters.

It was a privilege to again work with our friends at Phillip Island Nature Park, where we have also installed a 100kW system at the Nobbies Centre just down the road.

We are extremely grateful to our project managers, installers and admin team, for delivering such a prestigious, yet challenging project to the highest standard.

You can check out the spectacular new Penguin Parade Visitor Centre, and say hi to some of the feathered locals, when the centre opens in November 2019.

New Phillip Island Nature Parks Penguin Parade Visitor Centre Gippsland Solar

Newhaven College leads the way

Newhaven College leads the way

16 June 2017

Newhaven College is an independent, ecumenical and co-educational school founded in 1980 and now caters for over 900 students from Prep through to Year 12. While the students enjoyed their recent school holidays, the Gippsland Solar projects team sprang into action!

This 240kW (740 panel) solar array was the most complex project we have worked on, and involved some of the most advanced wireless technology on the market. Our project managers, electricians and installers managed to deliver this project during the school holidays, and to the highest standard.

Feedback from the school board has been overwhelmingly positive – wait until they see their electricity bills! We can’t wait to educate the students on the benefits of this system.