Our Community

Reclaim Energy Community:

Indigo Power

Indigo Power is a community owned energy company and social enterprise committed to powering our communities with clean energy. Based in regional Victoria, Indigo Power creates community energy hubs that combine renewable energy generation, storage and energy sharing.   Reclaim Energy is proud to partner as the preferred hot water supplier to Indigo Power.


Australian Energy Foundation

The Australian Energy Foundation (AEF) is focused on accelerating the way to an equitable zero carbon society. The AEF accelerates the energy transition by empowering communities to take action.

The AEF is a national organisation that works in partnership with all levels of government, the energy industry, academia and social good organisations to have a positive impact across Australia.  The Australian Energy Foundation accelerates the energy transition by empowering communities to take action.

The Australian Energy Foundation is the leading for-purpose national energy foundation that collaborates to create a zero carbon society and a better life for all Australians.


Totally Renewable Yackandandah

Totally Renewable Yackandandah is a 100% volunteer run community group, formed in 2014, with the lofty goal of powering this small Victorian town with 100% renewable energy and achieving energy sovereignty by 2022.


Totally Renewable Beechworth

Total Renewable Beechworth is a community energy initiative for Beechworth area with a goal that the region be powered by 100% renewable energy by 2030.

Key drivers for Totally Renewable Beechworth are to:

Decarbonise – switch from carbon fuels to renewable energy and reduce the amount of energy we use. Taking action locally in response to climate change.

Secure reliable supply – protect against rising prices. Maximise output from rooftop solar and build local infrastructure for a more interactive grid and greater self sufficiency

Democratise – build community ownership of renewable energy generation and deliver benefits back to the community. Focus on social equity and inclusion.


Renewable Energy Mansfield

Renewable Energy Mansfield (REM) was formed following the Mansfield Community’s Renewable Energy Forum 2018.

REM is committed to providing affordable and sustainable energy to Mansfield residents in response to rising energy prices and community action on Climate Change.


Sustainable Upper Ovens

Sustainable Upper Ovens (SUO) is a community based organisation formed in 2018 aimed at helping householders and small businesses to adopt improved energy efficiency measures, switch to renewable energy and maximise opportunities to reduce, reuse and recycle our resources.


Wangaratta Sustainability Network

The Wangaratta Sustainability Network is a member of the North East Regional Sustainability Alliance (NERSA) currently comprising sustainability groups from Albury/Wodonga, Beechworth, Yackandandah and Benalla. NERSA works to promote sustainability and sharing of information and resources across the North East and beyond.


Renewable Albury Wodonga Energy

Renewable Albury Wodonga Energy (RAW Energy) is a group of active citizens working to increase the uptake of renewable energy in Albury Wodonga. RAW Energy believes that our community can develop renewable energy projects that will reduce reliance on fossil fuels and provide an economic, social and environmental advantage to our community.


Totally Renewable Benalla

The Benalla Sustainable Future Group was established in 2010 by local residents who were concerned about the issue of sustainability and the lack of action on climate change both locally and nationally.

The primary purpose of the Benalla Sustainable Future Group is to protect and enhance the natural and built environment by promoting sustainable living practices and development within the Benalla region so that the needs of the present can be met without compromising the resources available to future generations.


Sustainable King Valley

People in the King Valley already have solar power, productive gardens, care for our river and land, and provide quality produce. Collectively, we intend to further and expand practices such as these to share resources, to connect, to develop environmental, social, and economic sustainability, and ultimately provide renewable energy for the whole King Valley.

We value connecting to local people, businesses, and groups to find out how we can work together in developing sustainability.

Our three key projects include:

  1. Developing a food Co-op
  2. Connecting with council to declare a Climate Emergency
  3. Supporting community to move towards renewable as the main energy source in the King Valley through bulk buy of hot water and solar and education.

CORE Healesville

Healesville Community Renewable Energy Inc (Healesville CoRE) is a group of local community volunteers working towards transforming Healesville into a renewable energy town.



Case Studies

My neighbor has a Reclaim Hot Water Heat Pump and I was pretty happy with what the savings he got from off his energy bill as it’s over halved, here in Queensland it’s ideal to have one aswell as it’s a good fit down the side of the house. Peter

Peter, QLD

It was time to upgrade our hot water system due to it was 8 years old and we didn’t want to go through another winter worrying if it would break down so our plumber recommended a Reclaim Energy Hot Water Heat Pump due to it will save us money and the government rebate is fantastic, we are very happy with the system.

Ronnie, NSW

Great thermal output, whisper quiet and it saves us money!
We are a family of 5, so you can imagine how massive our ultility bills can get up to – now I don’t worry so much when the electricity bill comes through.
The Reclaim CO2 heat pump is awesome – thanks to the Australians that designed it!

Christopher, VIC

I did my research and found that the Reclaim Hot Water Heat Pump is the way to go due to the features the controller has and how energy efficient the heat pump is and after I worked out the savings this is the system I need to save me on my hot water bills.

I live in a Melbourne inner suburb and found it’s only 37db which is so quiet and changing from gas is the best thing I have done.

Brooke, VIC

We picked this heat pump to replace an aging; and expensive to run, LPG HWS. It’s amazing how much and how fast this unit puts hot water out, we have big spa baths in a 4 person household and have never had the unit go cold (which a similar sized LPG system would often do). The heat exchanger & fan are ridiculously quiet, it’s installed right outside a bedroom and you can’t hear it with the windows open.  If only we could direct that cool air coming off it into a room in the summer

Jason, NSW

The Reclaim was installed 6 months ago to replace an existing Edwards Solar system (very old).  It will be connected to PV when they are installed. Whisper quiet running, quick heat recharge and no complaints from the two users.

Rob, QLD

The demand for hot water is good we have not run out of hot water since we have had the system installed and there is at least for to five people showering every day and not short showers either as far as heat goes the people that installed the system set the meter

Jess, WA

We’ve had ours for a few weeks and love it! The water is hot, it doesn’t take long to heat up, there’s plenty of it and the fan is quiet.

Paul, VIC