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We've received reports that there have been some door knockers in Perth who claim they're from Synergy (selling Solar panels). Please be aware that Synergy does not currently have a sales team going door to door.
Synergy was excited to have the opportunity to sponsor and participate in the 16th World Renewable Energy Congress (WREC), hosted by Murdoch University in Perth this week. Featuring an impressive international guest list of academics and industry experts, the conference explored technologies, global and local trends, policies, opportunities and barriers associated with its theme, “Transition Towards 100% Renewable Energy”.
Synergy and 7 News are proud to present the 2016 Christmas Lights competition! Perth residents are encouraged to share an image of their beautifully decorated home, to go in the draw to win up to $3000 toward their energy bill. Entering is EASY! Decorate Your home in a Christmas theme and upload a photo or video to Synergy.net.au/christmaslights Our discerning panel of 6-8 year old Christmas experts are looking for the most festive display. The winners will receive $3000 towards their energy bill Share With family and friends to get the votes flooding in for your entry - the more the merrier. The two homes with the most votes will walk away with all the glory and win: 1st Prixe: $3000 towards their energy bill 2nd Prize: $1000 towards their energy bill Support Make a difference to someone in need just for voting for your favourite Christmas decorations. We'll donate 5 cents for every vote submitted, to Lifeline's ‘Lights for Lifeline’ campaign. Help us reach our $12,000 goal.
We’re excited to announce Synergy’s magic elves will be sneaking a bit of extra fun into the Christmas Pageant this year! Customers heading to the big event- keep your eyes peeled for our Synergy Elves enroute to the pageant on St Georges Terrace for your chance to win some Christmas joy*
Synergy is excited to be sponsoring the green sustainability zone of this one-day community event which is a highlight in the Vic Park cultural calendar, attracting more than 70,000 people on Sunday 27 November 2016. The Green Zone is spread over 3 areas with solar panels on Canterbury stage; pedal power charging the Bashinghall stage; interactive play areas with outside mini labs, a worm farm workshop, and sustainability stalls such as the Mindarie Regional Council and Sea Shepherd.