PINARC Disability Support and Hockey Ballarat will be provided with solar panels thanks to a $123,000 state government grant.
The pair will share the funding, with plans to build 104 solar panels across Pinarc's sites as well as at Prince of Wales Park in Lake Gardens.
Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change Lily D'Ambrosio said the funding has been provided in the fifth round of the New Energy Jobs Fund.
"Driving down emissions and promoting renewable energy is something everyone can do," she said.
"These grants will give local communities the opportunity to harness clean energy technology to reduce emissions, build a local renewable energy economy and create local jobs."
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"The Victorian Renewable Energy target of 50 per cent by 2030 is making Victoria the best place to locate and grow a low-carbon business."
Buninyong MP Michaela Settle said renewable energy was the future for many organisations
"We're empowering local businesses and communities to do their bit for the environment by coming up with renewable energy projects that will not only reduce emissions, but create local jobs as well," she said.
BREAZE president Mary Debrett said she was thrilled that not-for-profit organisations lie Pinarc, which supports over 1000 people living with disabilities were among the recipients of the funding.
"This is a great win for the environment and the community and another success for the BREAZE Social Solar program."
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