Thanks for your questions, I’ve answered them all below:
Q: What vehicles does the community have access to?
A: Please take a look at our interactive resources – the Dawul Wuru office walk through shows the variety of vehicles that Dawul Wuru have access to.
Q: 1) Are these sheds easily accessible via roadways or do vehicles travel off-road to reach the sites? 2) How much clearance is there around the sheds? 3) What is the terrain like around the sheds?
A: The sheds currently do not exist – this is a project that Dawul Wuru have expressed an interest in. I recommend reading the project brief for some more information (Project 1.6). Dawul Wuru have identified some potential sites for this maintenance outstation which can be explored in our interactive resources. These resources will give you a walk through of the different potential sites and you can see the terrain and accessibility in those places.
Q: 4) What equipment is utilised and requires power? i.e, power tools or lights
A: I’ve answered this question on this forum before, please a take read here: https://ewbchallenge.org/forums/topic/energy-requirements/
It’s also important to point out that the intention behind project 3.4 is to provide all the energy needs for Dawul Wuru, hence the need to be scalable, not just for one aspect.
I hope this helps, please reach out if you have any further questions!
Thank you for your response Rachel, information provided will be helpful for our team moving forward.
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