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Horizon Power brings Sunshine Saver to the Mid West, guaranteeing energy savings

June 13 2024

Horizon Power is now offering Sunshine Saver to customers in the Mid West towns of Cue, Yalgoo, Sandstone, Wiluna, Meekatharra and Norseman.  

Horizon Power is now offering Sunshine Saver to customers in the Mid West towns of Cue, Yalgoo, Sandstone, Wiluna, Meekatharra and Norseman.  

Initially launched in Esperance in October 2023, Sunshine Saver is an opt-in subscription subscription-based plan designed to help customers who do not have access to rooftop solar to save on their energy bills. With our investment in the local renewable energy farms generating lower cost energy, we are able to pass these savings onto our customers.  

 

In November 2023, a $19.9 million investment from the Federal and WA State Governments boosted the program enabling this expansion to the additional six Gascoyne and Mid West towns. This funding boost also supports the State Government’s Kimberley Communities Solar Saver program. It's installing rooftop solar in five remote Kimberley communities, easing living costs for many. 

CEO Stephanie Unwin is proud of Sunshine Saver's expansion. She highlighted Horizon Power's push for energy equity and for all to enjoy the shift to sustainable energy. 

The product supports the State Government’s Distributed Energy Resources Roadmap and 2030 emissions reduction goal. 

Horizon Power staff visited Cue, Meekatharra, Sandstone, Yalgoo, and Wiluna in late May and met with customers eager to know more and start saving with  Sunshine Saver.  
 
If you live in an eligible town you can sign up online or by calling 1800 267 926. 

For more, visit www.horizonpower.com.au/SunshineSaver. 

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