Three reasons solar battery storage makes sense in 2018

Australians are sun lovers, and with around 15 per cent of Aussie households being powered by solar, we’re one of the world’s biggest users of solar energy in the home.

Now that daylight savings has started and we’re seeing longer days, these savvy, solar-powered households are looking ahead to a cost-effective summer…or are they? Read more

Three Simple Steps to Understand Solar Batteries

Australians are making the most of their sunshine as one of the world’s biggest solar power consumers. The demand for clean, renewable energy such as solar means more than 1.7 million Australian households have already invested in a solar power system. 

As a result, ‘solar batteries’ are almost as big a buzzphrase as ‘smashed avocado on toast’ – but they can have a far better effect on your household budget than brunch!  Read more

Solar Battery Subsidised Field Trial

All spots have been allocated and applications for our Solar Battery Subsidised Field Trial have now closed. With a variety of locations across Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia this Field Trial is designed to independently measure the effectiveness of solar battery technology.  Read more

Queensland Government Announces Plan Toward Making Rooftop Solar and Battery Storage Technology Accessible

Following the announcement earlier in the week of the Federal Government’s hoped initiative to decrease residential and commercial electricity bills for Australians, the Queensland Government have taken a step further. Increased resources ensure that not only are they encouraging the adoption of state-of-the-art solar technology but also taking the step to make it accessible to households and businesses alike.  Read more

Market Power of Energy Retailers

Households and businesses are quite aware of the rising electricity costs brought about by energy retailers over the past ten years.

More recently, the spotlight has been on the major energy retailers and their reasoning for rising electricity costs passed onto their customers.  Read more