We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country both throughout Australia as a whole and the New England Region of NSW specifically, and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture.
We pay our respects to past present & emerging - and thank Mr Clive Scott for his guidance on the importance of the Project lands to the Ngarabal People
In order to
Community Newsletters in relation to the proposed Dumaresq Solar Farm can be downloaded below
As a part of Community Engagement we are running a series of simple notices across New England newspapers to ensure visibility of the project's proposal & progress.
These have been published in both the Inverell TImes and the Tenterfield Star in a mix of online and in print, with the majority being in the online format given the suspension of the print editions as a result of the COVID 19 Pandemic
Dumaresq Solar Farm will conduct a community engagement process commencing in October 2019 that both focuses on consultation with the community and importantly the encouragement of service providers and contractors to themselves engage with community and provide ongoing commercial opportunities
The Community Engagement Process will be in line with the Industry Best Practice Charter for Renewable Energy Developments as outlined by the Australian Clean Energy Council, and will include:
Our detailed Community Engagement Policy will be published shortly, and our thinking has been contributed to by achieving a number of things in October / November including :
This initial work has been important in the overall development of a sustainable Community Engagement Plan.
Dumaresq Solar Farm site in New South Wales, Australia
Halo Renewable Energy, as the project developer, has a defined and disciplined approach to community engagement & support. The attached document, which is also available at www.haloenergy.net provides an introduction