Take the power back with Enova Energy
Community-owned Renewable Energy Retailer share offer now open. Information sessions in Newcastle area
Enova Energy is providing a unique opportunity for individuals and like-minded organisations to participate in building Australia’s first community-owned, renewable energy retailing and installation business by buying shares. Enova launched its Share Offer to the public in late August and is already about half way in achieving the minimum start-up capital target of $3 million.
Enova Energy is confident it has the capacity to be a real game changer in the renewable energy sector. “We are the missing piece in the puzzle. Apart from changing things in this region, we can help other communities get their renewable generation projects off the ground,” says Alison Crook. “Communities all around Australia are looking for practical leadership. We are already receiving calls for help from groups wanting to know how they can do what we are doing. In the very near future, when we are fully operational, we will be in a position to give them all the assistance they need. After that, it won’t be long before similar projects are up and running in all Australian states. Change is on the way.”
Enova is now seeking support from communities all around Australia. An obligation free shareholder event will be arranged in Newcastle subject to sufficient expression of interest from prospective investors. Pre-registrations essential to Virpi Barrett at 0467 070 234 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Further information and the prospectus is available at www.enovaenergy.com.au.
If you are interested in investing, contact Virpi, come along to the meeting, and download the prospectus. Shares are from $1000 and the share offer closes on 27th November 2015 so be quick.
If you cannot come up with $1000, and still would like to support this venture, CLEANaS is looking to find donations from members and supporters to acquire shares in Enova. This provides CLEANaS with a tangible way to show our support for Enova. Helping Enova get off the ground may provide significant benefit for the future renewable energy generation projects, but at the same time the shares might provide CLEANaS with some much needed income in the form of future dividends