Finalist in the 2014 Clean Energy Council’s Solar Design and Installation Award

The Sustainable Buildings Research Centre (SBRC)

Located at the aptly named Innovation Campus –  Wollongong University. The SBRC has been established to provide a hub for Academia to create, develop, and implement cutting edge sustainable building concepts and the building is on its way towards a 6 Star Green Star rating.

Logically, the centre chose to install a solar system, but true to their innovation mandate it’s no ordinary system.

The system was installed by MGA Solar in conjunction with Energy Matters, one of Australia’s largest solar company’s. The projects provided many technical challenges in design, installation and material restrictions, pushing the boundaries of commercial system design. The installation included roof and facade mountings and we are hugely proud to have been involved.

The system was a finalist in the 2014 Clean Energy Council’s Solar Design and Installation award, testament to it’s innovative nature.

Finalist in the 2020 Clean Energy Council’s Solar Design and Installation Award

1.5MW installed for Frasers Property Industrial by Matthew Alexander, MGA and Xiaoxiao Fu from Smart Commercial Solar

Sometimes you’ll come across a problem that only a helicopter will solve. In the case of this warehouse in Sydney, it was decided a chopper was the only feasible lifting solution to satisfy a 12-week deadline.

2021 Winner for the Banksia Foundation NSW Sustainability Awards in the Clean Technology Category

Como Station Upgrade – Installed for Transport NSW

Como Station is now sustainably powered with solar energy during the day; this innovative Solar Photovoltaic Glass (PV) system provides a reliable, clean source of power and increases the resilience of Transport for NSW’s energy supply. This future smart solution demonstrates how alternative technology and innovative ideas can be integrated within the rail corridor whilst also having a strong visual aesthetic.