SHASA is a not for profit community group established to promote sustainability and solar power on the NSW South Coast
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October News

AGM and next SHASA Meeting (on ZOOM)

Tuesday 13th October 
10.30 am - 11:00 am (AGM)
11:00 am - 12:30 pm monthly meeting

This year's AGM  will expand the executive to 6 positions.  We have had nominations for 5 positions.  We are keen to receive a nomination for a second committee member.  If you would like to join the committee and help SHASA make the Eurobodalla more sustainable please contact the SHASA Secretary Suzanne Shorrock on 0478 239 080

If you haven't received a meeting link let us know and we will email you one

Interested in paid work for SHASA?

SHASA has secured a $37,500 Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal grant to employ a SHASA Coordinator for 16 hours a week.  It will involve working with a range of local volunteer organisations to build their capacity to be self-sustaining, resilient and successful in achieving their goalsKey skills and experience we are looking for include:

  • Highly effective interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written.

  • Ability to work in a team and in a collaborative environment.

  • Skills and ability to work with government departments to assist community groups with back end administrative and financial requirements.

  • Exceptional time management skills and ability to meet deadlines. 

  • Experience in managing websites and social media.

Applications close 12 October.  For further details ring Kathryn on 0467 558645 or email

We have now been running for 4 weeks and have had a lot of fun repairing a diverse range of items.  Please bring in your items. We are open every Friday 9 am – 12 noon, Red Door Hall, St John Church, Page St Moruya.

SHASA/MESA partnership

SHASA continues to support and work with our excellent business partner Micro Energy Systems Australia (MESA).  We appreciate and recognise their personal commitment to the community and SHASA's long term vision for sustainability in our Shire. They assist SHASA in many ways in addition to the  SHASA/MESA Solar Bulk Buy which has now installed around 250 individual systems providing more than 1300kW of solar power. 
Community Installs
The SHASA/MESA program to install solar on community facilities at no cost to those organisations continues.  So far MESA has installed systems on the Bateman's Bay Surf Club, Rally for Recovery Tomakin, the Surfbeach CWA, the Bodalla Local Aboriginal Lands Council, the Red Door Hall and Anglican Parish Office Moruya, Monty's Anglican Parish Narooma.

MESA will be doing community organisation solar and in some cases, battery installs at the following community facilities over the coming months:

  • Scouts Batemans Bay
  • Eurobodalla Women's and Children's Refuge
  • Narooma Men's Shed
  • Batehaven Men's Shed
  • Marine Rescue Narooma (pending replacing the asbestos roof)
  • Monty's Narooma (pending DA approval)

To find out more about the Solar Bulk buy call Lisa from MESA (0410 790 616) for more info. Or you can download the Solar Bulk buy flyer here.

School Strike 4 Climate - Sept 25th 

Around Australia and around the world there will be another School Strike on September 25th. Check for Covid safe activities and watch online. Not the Morrison Government plan for new gas fossil fuel projects, students want renewable energy and a safe future.

SHASA/MESA Solar bulk buy

To find our more about the Solar Bulk buy call Lisa from MESA (0410 790 616) for more info. Or you can download the Solar Bulk buy flyer here.

SHASA Energy Audits/Assessments

Energy assessments can be booked at -

Get involved with SHASA

Join SHASA and help our community improve sustainability and increase renewable energy in the Eurobodalla.
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