A Carbon Offset Christmas!
If all you want for Christmas is to reduce your, or a friends, Carbon Footprint and support a Renewable Energy New Year check out our new site for making tax deductible donations!
COREM will have installed 3 Community Owned Solar projects, totaling 27 kW, by the end of this year. These installations help decarbonise, democratise and decentralise our current polluting electricity network. Projects also support community groups save money on their electricity bills (as current projects – the Drill Hall Theatre, Mullumbimby Showgrounds and the Brunswick Valley Rescue Service – now know!).
These funds build a group’s long term financial resilience, but also part of the savings “Pay it Forward” to help install COREM’s future Community Owned solar projects. In early 2017 COREM is looking to install solar on the Mullumbimby Museum and the Federal Hall. By making a tax deductible donation, you are growing COREM’s Revolving Community Energy Fund and you will receive a carbon offset card with the carbon reduction impact calculated. This can be a perfect gift for someone who has it all, or your gift to keep a cooler planet.
Over 2,000 people came along to the inaugural Renew Fest, so a big thankyou to all the people who helped make this event such a success! More info and photos can be found here.
Byron to Bruns Beach Walk
Saturday 28th May
Raising awareness and building new community solar projects!
You can still make fully tax deductible donations and so help COREM to install more community solar!
Become part of the solution – spread awareness about climate change and get your friends and family to support COREM.
You can support our walkers by donating HERE
Money raised will go to COREM’s Revolving Community Energy Fund to complete projects such as the Mullumbimby Showgrounds solar PV installation.
COREM: Community-Owned Renewable Energy Mullumbimby
is a not for profit community action group dedicated to setting up community-owned renewable energy projects in the Mullumbimby area, in the pursuit and promotion of a 100% renewable energy future for the region.
The model of community-owned renewable energy:
Everyone benefits – including the earth and future generations!
COREM is run by local volunteers who are actively engaged in a number of Community-Owned Renewable Energy projects in the Mullumbimby area. We welcome membership and all forms of support as we go about the mission to achieve our vision.