• What is a Social Enterprise?


    A Social Enterprise is an organization that applies commercial strategies

    to maximize improvements in financial, social and environmental well-being

    this may include maximizing social impact alongside profits for external shareholders.




  • Community Organisation Matching Funds Initiative


    RESINC Solar is supporting community organisations to install solar and free

    themselves of electricity costs to provide even more impact for the community.
    Several capital works grants exist for community organisations in which they can

    purchase items like a solar system, unfortunately, these grants generally require

    the organisation to match the funds provided.


    Under the RESINC Solar Community Matching Funds Initiative, we provide the

    matching funds required by contributing 50% of the retail solar cost to match

    the 50% covered by the grant funds.

  • Helping Australian Surf Clubs

    "Save Money & Save Lives"


    RESINC Solar has supported multiple Surf Clubs on the Central Coast NSW

    and is providing direct financial benefits back to the clubs for every system installed in the community!

    The contributions made by RESINC will assist in funding solar installations across other

    clubs and directly sponsoring the Central Coast teenage Rookies, and the RESINC Rip Awareness Program.







    Papua New Guinea Micro Solar Initiative



    RESINC Solar is working with the PNG leaders to bring solar power to rural villages who still have

    no access to electricity in 2018. We are in the approval and funding process with several

    Government and community bodies that will see thousands of homes receive solar systems for

    lighting, safe water treatment, electric cooking and access to recharge electrical devices which

    paves the way for digital education and connection to the rest of the world through the internet.

  • "Our team at RESINC are passionate about providing micro solar solutions

    to those without access to even basic electricity in nearby developing countries.

    Your support helps us continue our efforts to supply affordable energy solutions

    to some of the most disadvantaged people on earth. Our company firmly

    believes that cheap solar energy should be available to all of humanity."

    Leigh Storr






  • Indonesia Social Impact Project


    RESINC Solar is working with the John Fawcett Foundation to restore eyesight

    for people with late stage cataracts and provide glasses to school children in

    developing nations. This summer RESINC Solar will be making a small donation for

    every system sold in Australia to restore sight for someone in an Indonesian village.



  • RESINC Solar is proud to support and work with the John Fawcett Foundation and assist needy people in Indonesia

    The John Fawcett Foundation (JFF) is a humanitarian not-for-profit organisation that assists needy people in Indonesia, particularly in the field of sight restoration and blindness prevention. It offers its assistance to people in the lower socio-economic group free of charge and without religious, political or ethnic consideration.