Your morning cuppa just got better - for you and the planet.

We're using our influence and creativity to tackle climate change and make a big difference to your morning cuppa. We've got ninety-eight solar panels installed on our Pottery Studio in Noosa, harnessing enough solar energy to power the kiln and run the operations side of the business. This amazing technology has enabled us to now fire zero-emission products and expand our range with unique colour combinations.

Furthermore, we want to inspire other businesses to become leaders in clean energy-powered manufacturing and individuals to rethink their carbon footprint and how they can reduce emissions. We're partnering with The Climate Council, Australia's leading climate change communications organisation, to drive climate action, educate people with accurate science-backed information, and promote solutions to reduce emissions. Head over to their homepage now, to get the latest resources on climate change!
Introducing our solar logo

Watch out for this logo to identify your new climate-friendly accessory!


Check out our video and learn about how we managed to harness renewable energy to create Australia's first solar-fired ceramic travel cups.


Renewable Energy is cheap

Renewable energies like solar, paired with storage, can underpin a manufacturing revival in Australia because it costs less than all other power sources, and never runs out.

You can control your energy

Rooftop solar is helping Australian households and businesses take back control of the energy system, and cut their power bills.

We're a sunny country

As one of the sunniest places on earth, Australia is already cashing in on our endless sunshine to clean up our energy system, and create new jobs, investment and opportunities. We also have one of the highest amounts of rooftop solar installations worldwide.

Renewable energy creates jobs

We can create new jobs, upgrade our energy system and fix the climate crisis all at the same time. Our coal and gas-fired power stations are ageing and must be replaced. Large-scale solar and wind, backed by storage, is the cheapest way to do that.