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06
Apr

Australia Will Face Large-Scale Solar Boom in the 2020s

According to experts, Australia is on the edge of a massive solar boom. With costs of installation tumbling down, and adoption rates soaring in our country and many other industrialised countries across the world, we’re looking at a brighter, greener future. Quietly, seven major solar energy construction projects have carried in on Australia over the last year, and by all accounts, the trend is expected to continue far into 2017…

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05
Apr

Why Homeowners are Switching to Solar Power

Is solar power the right option for your home or business? Many people in Australia and other countries are turning to solar power to cut down on their utility costs. We can get an idea of how many people are adopting this technology by looking at statistics. According to information from SEIA, the Solar Energy Industries Association, the first quarter of the year saw a massive surge in the number…

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31
Mar

How Home and Business Owners are Driving Aussie Solar Power Growth

When most people think of solar power, they probably think of large-scale solar farms producing massive amounts of electricity in the middle of the most sun-baked areas of Australia. In reality, the majority of solar power in Australia is generally on a much smaller scale. Small businesses and homes throughout the country—many of which are our clients—have installed solar panels to save on their annual utilities. In 2017, solar panels…

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27
Mar

A Futuristic Solar Experiment in this American State

There has been interesting news out of Brooklyn in the United States. In a neighbourhood known for a passionate love for local goods such as handcrafted beers, small-batch designer shoes, and organic vegetables, something phenomenal is occurring. In a wealthy segment of the area, a dozen or so photovoltaic (PV) arrays have been set up along rooftops, wired into an ever-growing network. Known as the Brooklyn Microgrid, this solar-powered grid…

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