Queensland transport solutions company sees its brightest days thanks to a Solahart Solar Power System

Despite Australia’s high uptake of solar, data from Solahart’s Solar Index Report has revealed that as a nation, we are using less than five per cent of the potential capacity of residential and commercial rooftop solar.

However, Local Queensland transport solutions company, All Purpose Transport (APT), is one commercial business bucking this trend. The family-owned business is paving the way to a more sustainable future with the recent installation of a 250 panel, 100kW solar PV system at their head office in Brisbane.

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The Cut Golf Course saves over $25,000 in just 12 months after transitioning to Solar

The Cut Golf Course, located in Dawesville WA, is one of three golf clubs in Western Australia recognised for their sustainability commitment by the Australian Panel of Golf Industry and R&A, winning a spot in the Australian Sports Turf Managers Association 2020 Golf Course Sustainability Project.

Working alongside 25 other clubs across Australia, The Cut Golf Course is now pioneering a new era of transparency and sustainability within the golfing industry. 

The project’s aim is to develop a tailored OnCourse Australia® platform to capture best practices, key data, and sustainability examples to be used by golf facilities to report and develop case studies and information for members, boards and communities.

By switching to Solahart, the Golf Course has since reduced its clubhouse power consumption by 56 per cent and has saved over $25,000 in just 12 months by making the change to solar energy. 

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