Solar Powered coffee!
Uralla’s first solar powered coffee from Ross and Kim Burnet’s Café Gusto (L to R Ross Burnet, Kim Burnet, Sandra Eady from Z-NET Uralla).
at the Brewery
New England Brewing Company's Head Brewer Reid Stratton. The Brewery is looking to upgrade its plant and machinery to be more energy efficient.
Launch of Destination Uralla
business energy efficiency, renewable energy generation and building Uralla as destination town for sustainability, funded by the Murray-Darling Basin Regional Economic Diversification Programme. (L to R Stephen Griffith, Z-NET Uralla Coordinator; Adam Marshall, Member for Northern Tablelands, Sandra Eady, Z-NET Convenor; Michael Pearce, Mayor Uralla Shire; Jon Izzard, Regional Australia Bank).
Uralla Print Gallery's Rhonda Ellem with Electrician Donny gearing up for new energy efficient LED tubes to replace Fluorescent tubes in the gallery.
at Seasons of New England
Z-NET Uralla's display at the 2017 Seasons of New England event. Z-NET Uralla's president, Sandra Eady, discusses sustainable firewood collect with visitors to the event.
Showing off our sticker
Russ French of Defence Models and Thunder Graphics installs business sticker.
A great retro-fit for the Imacka Property office to make it a modern, warm, comfortable, and energy efficient office space. Leah Grainger and Iain Mackintosh.
Participants attend the Business Energy Workshop in Tamworth co-ordinated by Z-NET Uralla.
The Alternate Root Cafe's Barista, Jake, operates the cafe's new coffee machine - double the capacity and 30% more energy efficient than the previous coffee machine.
Z-NET Uralla's Project Officer Trish Rasmussen at the Bundarra General Store. The store was one of 23 Uralla Shire businesses to undertake a Business Energy Review.
Z-NET Uralla Committee Member, Peter Low, highlights the Z-Net Uralla Business Action sticker at the Alternate Root Cafe. The cafe has now installed a 28kW Solar System.
Home office business review
New England Building Consultants, Warren and Kerry Sellings, undertake a Business Energy Review of their home office.
Energy use at the hairdressers
Business Energy Review underway at Teased & Tangled Salon with Ella Elks discussing her electricity use with Sandra Eady from Z-NET Uralla.
Participants at the OEH Advanced Refrigeration Workshop conducted by Minus40 and coordinated by Z-NET Uralla, December 2016.
at the Brewery
Michael Bellstedt (R) from Minus40oC talking with the New England Brewing team (L to R Ben Rylands, Director, and Reid Stratton, Head Brewer) about energy efficiency and equipment performance.
Acknowledged for Innovation!
Teresa French, Z-NET Uralla, receiving the RDANI Innovation Award for Research and Education from Steven Nethery, Technical Service Manager of Goldwind Australia, on behalf of the Z-NET Uralla team.