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We’ve all experienced the shock of a huge power bill at the end of winter, or in the closing days of a super-hot summer – and it’s never pleasant.

While some have the financial capacity to cope with a big bill and others put it on the credit card to be dealt with later, for many Australian households rising electricity costs have had far greater ramifications.

More Australians than ever are feeling the pinch – a situation that could worsen since the recent announcement that energy prices are set to increase by 20 per cent for the average consumer.

This is why many smart Australians are turning to solar battery storage – the clean, renewable solution to achieve energy self-sufficiency and moving closer to neutralising power bills. Read more

Australia is leading the world when it comes to solar panel installation.

Around 15 per cent of Aussie homes now have solar panels and more households are making the decision to cut their energy bills every day.

While solar panels are perfect for people who are at home during the day and can use the energy while it’s being generated, in reality most families use the bulk of their energy at night. If your household falls into this category, you may be considering the enormous benefits achievable via a solar battery.

Solar batteries store your solar energy so you can use it whenever you want, and they’re key to reducing your overall energy bills and making the most of your solar panel investment.

So what do you need to know before you buy a solar battery? Read more

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

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

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