Kilsyth Basketball members are set to benefit from a new partnership between AGL and Kilsyth Basketball, AGL are offering all Kilsyth Basketball members and the local community the opportunity to save on a solar PV system and help reduce their ever rising electricity bills.

AGL is a trusted energy company with 175 years of experience and is Australia’s leading renewable energy company. AGL is taking action towards creating a sustainable energy future for their investors, customers and the community.

AGL has major investments in hydro and wind, as well as ongoing developments in key renewable areas including solar, geothermal, biomass, bagasse and landfill gas. AGL also operates retail, merchant energy and upstream gas businesses and has over three million customer accounts.

The partnership between Kilsyth Basketball and AGL will see a free community meeting held at Kilsyth Sports Centre during the McDonalds Community Basketball Family Fun Day on Sunday 23 September at 12pm. AGL Solar experts will be on hand to explain how solar power systems work and whether solar power is right for you, how to avoid the common mistakes made when going solar as well as how you can access government solar incentives.

There will be special discounts available on various solar systems to those who attend the community meeting, AGL offer affordable solar systems that allow you to obtain an IKW system and begin implementing your very own solar solutions!

Kilsyth Basketball General Manager Grant Wallace believes that the partnership is an important one for Kilsyth Basketball to be involved with “With an ever growing focus on the environment we at Kilsyth Basketball are proud to be able to do our bit to bring awareness to the benefits that going Solar can bring to the community”.

“There are many synergies between AGL and Kilsyth Basketball both being leaders in our fields, we are excited to offer such a fantastic opportunity to our members and believe that AGL’s commitment to the environment and the local community is second to none” Wallace concluded.

For more information on the free community meeting being held on 12pm Sunday 23 September at the Kilsyth Sports Centre please see the attached flyer or head to www.kilsythbasketball.com.au.

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