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What Is A Smart Meter?

When looking to install solar systems to your home which may include solar panels or battery storage, during your transition to clean, renewable energy there are some minor upgrades that will need to be made to your property so that your solar benefits your home as much as it can. The most common change that will need to take place will be installation of a smart meter.

It is important that when making the switch to solar that your meter is upgraded to a smart meter.  Read more

Power of Smart Energy Management

The power of technology has given us an incredible amount of knowledge – more recently we can monitor and assess solar panel systems on rooftops without being up on the roof completing any sort of ability test. How does this happen and how does it benefit my home? Read more

Moved Into A House That Already Has Solar, And Not Sure How It Works?

When purchasing a house, it comes with all the appliances and fittings already there and you need to learn how to use them – most of the time without any kind of manual. Everyone has used an oven before, hot water systems are all similar and even heating/air conditioning is relatively user friendly.

But what happens when you purchase an established house with an existing solar PV system? Read more

Does My Solar Need Servicing?

There is a common myth that solar doesn’t need servicing as there are no moving parts. However, for the efficiency of your system and the safety of you and your family, it is important to get your system checked annually. With most components exposed to the harsh Australian weather and the electrical nature of a solar system an inspection by a qualified solar technician is a must.  Read more

Solar Battery Data Analysis Program

Off the back of the successful results we are obtaining from our Solar Battery Subsidised Field Trial, we are now commencing a Solar Battery Data Analysis Program, to help validate the effectiveness and saving potentials of other solar batteries in our range, and further stress test our current findings.    Read more