Fluid Solar will bring renewable solar thermal energy and low impact living spaces to one third of the worlds population in thirty years.
Fluid Solar attented the GM Holden Jobs fair to discuss oppertunities for employment with Holden and supply chain employees. The event was attended by 60 other South Australian employers including BHP, bunnings, Pfizer, Cleanaway and the Lyell McEwin Hospital.
Our manufacturing facility in Edinburgh will be ramping up in the coming months with the production of Low Impact Living Modular Accommodation and our coworking space in Elizabeth Vale is accelerating, and will be offering support for small businesses and entrepreneurs.
Holden will cease to make cars in Australia on October 20 when it shuts down its Elizabeth manufacturing facility. With 82 percent of its workforce already with new employment, the Holden Transition Centre is assisting with the process.
Fluid Solar staff member with Premier Jay Wetherill, Human Relations Manager Jamie Getgood and a member of Mr Wetherills team, discussing manufacturing oppertunities within the Edinburgh factory and the celebrations for our off grid building in Elizabeth Vale.