Charged and ready: Border communities plug into neighbourhood batteries

Layton Holley
March 14 2024 - 5:30pm
Indigo Power managing director Ben McGowan unveils the first Yackandandah battery installed in 2021. Picture by Mark Jesser
Indigo Power managing director Ben McGowan unveils the first Yackandandah battery installed in 2021. Picture by Mark Jesser

North East communities are set to bolster their resilience against power outages after securing funding for new neighbourhood batteries.

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Layton Holley

Layton Holley

Journalist

Layton is a journalist at The Border Mail. He is interested in profiles, features, and hard news. If you have a story please reach out to him at layton.holley@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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