Adelaide Solar City Consortium Members
The Adelaide Solar City Project is delivered by a Consortium of organisations committed to helping Adelaide to become a more sustainable City.
Consortium members include:
Origin is one of Australasia’s largest gas and electricity retailers, supplying energy to more than 4.6 million customer accounts in Australia and the Pacific. Our diverse product and service offerings include electricity, natural gas, LP Gas and a variety of energy-related products and services. Origin leads the Adelaide Solar City Consoritum.
Big Switch Projects is an innovative provider of energy-efficiency projects and programs to government and the private sector. Their expertise includes advising on energy efficiency and environmentally friendly technologies, energy auditing and building services design co-ordination. Big Switch Projects is also on the NSW Government’s Energy Consultants Panel and the Panel of Accredited Energy Consultants (South Australia). Big Switch Projects is also a consortium member in Blacktown Solar Cities.
Award-winning home loan specialist, ANZ is an active member of the United Nations Environment Program Finance Initiative which seeks to ensure that members’ policies and actions promote consideration of the environment and sustainable development.
Many of ANZ's Home Loans were awarded CANNEX mortgage star ratings in 2007.
Committed to bringing cost effective, clean energy solutions to the world, BP Solar is at the forefront of research and development of solar power systems that provide constant, reliable electricity for the home, business and community. BP Solar’s focus is moving the technology into the mainstream by growing the grid connected solar PV market so that they can generate the same amount of electricity using solar as done with conventional electricity. BP Solar is also a consortium member in Blacktown Solar City.
Delfin has been creating special places to live across Australia for over 50 years. At Mawson Lakes, Delfin has developed a unique eco-friendly community showcasing the latest in sustainable living design.
One of Australia’s most environmentally-innovative councils, the City of Salisbury is also renowned as a leader in sustainability practices, particularly in the fields of water management, waste recovery and solar energy. The City of Salisbury is committed to building on these strengths to ensure the sustainable growth and development of our people, businesses and industries without compromising our environment
The City of Salisbury’s involvement and commitment to Solar Cities is another example of their continuing endeavours to achieve a more sustainable city now and into the future.
The councils of Tea Tree Gully, Playford and Adelaide are playing an important role in developing a wide range of environmental inititatives, like water and waste management and solar energy programs for their communities. Along with that role, our local councils will play a vital part in the trial by co-ordinating activities and bringing together businesses and people who share a passion about our city and our environment.