Solar for Beginners – Boroondara Council free information session

Thinking about installing solar but unsure where to start?

Come along to our workshop where an expert from Positive Charge will talk you through the basics of installing solar. From selecting a suitable system size and type to finding the right installer, you will leave with a clearer understanding of solar and if it is the right decision for you and your family.

Tuesday 19 Feb, 6:30pm to 8:30pm, Camberwell

Places are limited. Reserve your place today. 

Advanced Solar – Boroondara Council free information session

Already have a basic understanding of solar or already have solar installed?

This workshop will build on information provided in the ‘Solar for Beginners’ workshop. An expert from Positive Charge will answer your technical questions and provide useful information on battery storage, getting the most from your system, adding to existing systems, and how to ensure your system is working efficiently.

Tuesday 19 March, 6:30pm to 8:30pm, Camberwell

Places are limited. Reserve your place today. 

Boroondara and Positive Charge

Positive Charge welcomed The City of Boroondara in 2014.

The City of Boroondara delivers the Living for our Future program to engage and support the community around environmental sustainability. In support of this program, Council has partnered with Positive Charge to assist residents, schools, businesses, and council staff to reduce their energy consumption and live healthier and more energy efficient lives.

As well as online information and advice and a free home energy helpline, Positive Charge delivers workshops for householders and businesses in Boroondara.

Positive Charge links

Information on solar

Resources for homes

Resources for businesses

Upcoming Workshops and Events

To keep in touch about upcoming sustainable living events and workshops please visit the City of Boroondara Living for our Future web page.

About Boroondara

 The City of Boroondara is a metropolitan council, representing more than 165,000 people in the inner-eastern suburbs of Melbourne. This area was originally part of the hunting grounds of a Wurundjeri clan of the Woiwurrung people.

With the amalgamation of the Cities of Camberwell, Kew and Hawthorn in June 1994 the City of Boroondara was created.

Boroondara suburbs are:

  •  Ashburton
  • Balwyn
  • Balwyn North
  • Camberwell
  • Canterbury
  • Deepdene
  • Glen Iris
  • Hawthorn
  • Hawthorn East
  • Kew East
  • Kew
  • Mont Albert
  • Surrey Hills

Boroondara links

Environmental sustainability

Sustainable living Workshops

Compost Revolution

Sustainable transport

Recycling and waste

Libraries