Off-grid, small hydro system to power Australian alpine hub

Off-grid, small hydro system to power Australian alpine hub

An off-grid micro-hydro power system will be installed at a major tourist spot on Mount Stirling in Victoria, Australia as part of a state government-funded project to develop the country’s first 100 per cent renewable powered alpine hub.

The state Labor government said on Monday it had granted $210,000 in funding for construction of the micro-hydroelectricity system, which would replace a “large, noisy and smelly” diesel generator which was “at odds” with the natural environment.

This is an excerpt from an article first published by One Step Off the Grid. Read the original article here: Off-grid, small hydro system to power Victorian alpine hub | One Step Off The Grid

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