Congratulations to the inner west schools who are among the first to receive solar panels as part of the Solar My School Program. Dobroyd Point Public School; St Joan of Arc Primary School; St Vincent Primary School; Casimir College and St Brigid's Primary School have all become solar schools. The Solar My School Program is helping the inner west community move towards net zero emissions and fight the ongoing impacts of climate change. The program also creates resources to teach kids about how solar energy is created, stored and used to reduce carbon emissions. Locally, the Solar My School Program is run by Inner West Council through its newly established Office of renewable Energy Innovation and since 2018, 22 inner west schools have now signed up. The Solar My School program has now seen a total of 322kw of solar be installed on rooves across inner west schools. It is great to see local schools and councils stepping up to tackle the impacts of climate change. Thank you to the parents, teachers and students who are showing extraordinary leadership and making a real difference, now and into the future.