At Synergy, we believe our role is to support and make a difference to the development of the Western Australian community.
Year 6 students from Dianella Primary School and Year 8 students from Presbyterian Ladies College (PLC) are feeling energised after winning first prize in the 2018 Synergy Schools Solar Challenge held at Optus Stadium in mid April. More than 1000 students from around WA took part in the joint initiative between Synergy and the Science Teachers Association of WA (STAWA) that enabled Year 6 and Year 8 students to build and race solar-powered standardised kit cars against other schools in semi-finals before the Grand Final held on Tues 10 April.
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We seek to support initiatives which align with our key values of Innovation, Education and Community and that make a real difference to the West Australian community.
Synergy will partner with Channel Nine to renovate the home of a deserving Western Australian family, in episode seven of ‘Matt and Kim to the Rescue’ renovation special, which will air this Sunday, 19 February 2017. Waikiki parents Russell and Amber Bates and their children Ethany (12), Xavier (10), Imogen (7) and Adison (5), have been struggling recently as their family deals with numerous medical conditions, will receive a much-needed home makeover.
Synergy has given Thommo’s Garden a helping hand to power its new kitchen and improve its security lighting with a donation of a 3kW solar photovoltaic (PV), battery system and new LED lights. Since its inception in 2009 as an off-the-grid premise, Thommo’s Garden has provided people with the experience of growing their own gardens and the opportunity to learn more about horticulture in a community environment - which they're now able to do without the need of diesel generators.
Synergy is excited to announce a partnership with Josh Byrne & Associates in a two year research project conducted by Curtin University and CRC for Low Carbon Living called “Living Labs.” The research project will focus on ten Perth suburban households who have been challenged to reduce their environmental footprint in some way, be it with solar panels on the roof, water tanks collecting rain or low energy lighting and appliances.