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Perth hotel looks likely to keep solar power

June 4, 2015 10:36 pm Category: Australia & New Zealand, Energy, Latest News, Solar A+ / A-
Mullaloo Beach Hotel is making energy where the sun shines

Mullaloo Beach Hotel is making energy where the sun shines

Clarion Choice Hotels, boutique Mullaloo Beach Hotel is awaiting a decision for development approval for an already installed solar installation that is generating enough power to cover around 12 per cent of the property’s energy consumption.

The sunny beachside setting of the Mullaloo Beach Hotel in Perth, Western Australia has been supplying the hotel and its patrons with sunshine to please local holiday makers, as well as being converted into the property’s power generation.

A local Joondalup Council spokesperson said the solar panel installation is likely to comply with the council’s renewable energy and coastal construction policies, according to a Wanneroo Times report. Despite a second councillor warning that the installation could be in breach of coastal height limits and casting some doubt over their future, the Mullaloo Beach Hotel has received retrospective approval for the renewable power array.

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