For one family, raising triplets with special needs is a full-time job. However, locals have rallied in support of the family and through Solis Australia’s solar energy systems and green energy solutions have brought the hope of affordable electricity to this family.
This is a heartwarming tale of family love and community support taking place in the rural town of Canowindra, New South Wales.
It takes a village to raise a family – and sometimes it takes even more than that – especially when the life of disabled triplets is at stake.
Anwen, Mahalah and Gideon Read were born with Merosin – a deficient muscular dystrophy and restrictive lung disease.
They are confined to motorised wheelchairs and have significant medical, mobility and independent-living needs. The triplets live at home with their full-time carer parents, Jemimah and Ben Read.
The Read family home is modified for wheelchair and disability access, which was made possible through the Read Triplets Foundation, founded by the local community.
Anwen, Mahalah and Gideon’s quality of life has been improved, thanks to Solis’ involvement in the facilitation and delivery of a hydrotherapy pool.
Solis is an industry leader specialising in delivering solar inverter technology from Ginlong Technologies in the form of the new Solis range of inverters.
The Solis inverter product range has the benefit of more than 20 years of technical development and improvement deriving from the experience and determination of the Solis engineers to produce effective and efficient products.
Recently, the company, as part of a team, used green energy inverters to help with supply a hydrotherapy pool for the Read triplets.
“Solis is glad to be part of this fantastic project and hopes more corporations and professionals out there are inspired by this massive gesture, and that more of us move towards a sustainable future with renewable energy,” the company said.
The Foundation, the company that donated the power station, and Solis worked together to complete this project. Solis shared it was very fortunate to be involved in this project and looks forward to more participation in such projects in the future, so that clean energy can bring hope to more people.
The 25 kilowatts (KW) solar photovoltaic (PV) and energy storage solution installation was completed with donations from MMEM Greentech, Canadian Solar Inc., and Clenergy AUS & NZ.
“Thank you MMEM Greentech for letting Clenergy Australia be part of this amazing project,” Solis said.
“This family is an inspiration, and we are sure that the Realising for the Read Triplets foundation is wrapped about their onsite hydrotherapy pool.
“Thanks for choosing us for our Solar Racking product and coupling us with some of the premium brands in the industry such as Canadian Solar Inc. & Solis and the great workmanship from Redfox Electrical Contractors.”
Solis hopes more corporations and professionals are inspired to move towards a sustainable future with renewables.
To find out more about the Read Triplets Foundation or to donate to this cause, please check out Read Triplets Inc.
For more information, visit solisinverters.com.au