newsRetailPerth shopping centre installs WA's biggest solar power system Broadway Fair is now partly powered by solar energy. Photo: Broadway Shopping Centre Perth shopping centre installs WA’s biggest solar power system WA Today Apr 16, 2019 facebook twitter linkedIn Adrian Beattie WA’s biggest solar power system has been installed on the roof of a Perth shopping centre. The Broadway Fair shopping centre in Nedlands now generates one-third of its power from the sun through 948 solar panels. General manager Paul Avon-Smith said the system saves the shopping centre about $20,000 a month. [dm-listing-recommendation experimentname=’midcontent-listings’ positiononpage=’midcontent’] “We had to re-roof the centre and we looked around for a way of doing that which would mean we didn’t have to pass on the cost of the renovation to our tenants,” he said. “The solar system allows us to do that.”. The system cost around $600,000 and was installed by Infinite Energy. [dm-listing-recommendation experimentname=’below-content-listings’ positiononpage=’belowContent’] Keep up with Commercial Real Estate news.Sign Up We recommendNewsClosing bank branches opens doors for prime real estate investmentsPartnersSukin manufacturer signs 10-year lease in ESR business hubAdviceHealth and safety a critical issue for every business Keep up with Commercial Real Estate news.Sign Up We recommendEver dreamt of owning a country pub? This Tasmanian gem could be just what you were waiting for'An experiment on a huge scale': Australia's biggest urban renewal projectLandlords re-lease as department stores downsizeThe great workplace experiment: What's the future of open-plan offices?