Engaging with purpose
Community engagement is an important part of our activities and helps us to understand local residents’ opinions and expectations. As the project is also a major economic development for the region, we are looking to employ local businesses where possible and provide grant funding to assist local community groups.
Enquiries and complaints
Ross River Solar Farm follows a clear process for acknowledging or responding to community enquiries and complaints. To contact the project team, please contact us. Alternatively, visit our FAQ Page for detailed information on the project.
Community Grants Program
As part of its commitment to make a positive contribution to the local community, Ross River Solar Farm has established a Community Grants Program.
The Program will provide funding for local initiatives that aim to benefit the community in the areas of community participation, sustainability and safety.
- Community Participation and Pride: projects that encourage greater community participation or seek to celebrate the unique attributes of the region.
- Community Sustainability: projects that seek to enhance community sustainability or protect the environment.
- Community Safety: projects designed to increase public safety, health and wellbeing.
Applications close 18 May 2018.
Completed application forms can be submitted via email to: email@example.com
For further information or any questions please contact Hannah Willson on 0417 831 575.
Ross River Solar Farm will provide a text message alert service to residents during the construction phase. If you would like to receive timely updates via mobile phone, SMS your full name and mobile number to 0475 802 063.
Community Updates contain useful information on the construction project and interesting facts about how the solar farm will operate. Copies are delivered to households within Kelso, Pinnacles, Gumlow, Thuringowa and Rasmussen.