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This February is the National Sustainability Living Festival, a celebration of all things sustainable.

Here are some simple and actionable tips, that can be implemented to live more sustainable. Together as a society, the pursuit of greater overall sustainability has become more prevalent. People now more than ever, are placing greater emphasis on their impact on the overall environment.  Read more

People are constantly in search of new ways to improve their overall level of sustainability, and solar can contribute quite significantly to this goal. Solar energy is sourced well from its name, the sun, meaning we aren’t using finite resources in the creation or consumption of energy.

Enhancing one’s ability to capture energy from the sun and to be able to store said energy not only reduces financial costs but those costs associated with the environment. Here’s how solar improves sustainability.  Read more

Recently launched in Victoria, the Daniel Andrews State Government have released a 50 per cent rebate for homeowners to install a solar PV system in the home, aiming to reduce Victorian household energy bills.

This new rebate gives eligible households across Victoria a financial rebate of 50 per cent off the price to install a new solar system on their property. This rebate is only available to the first 24,000 successful applicants and will form part of the Labor Government’s plan to power 650,000 Victorian homes over the next 10 years with solar renewable energy.* Read more

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

Congratulations for installing your solar PV system, among millions of other Australian home or business-owners, you are contributing to a cleaner environment through renewable energy generation. Your solar system will be working around the clock, 24 hours per day, 7 days a week and this will require some maintenance to ensure that not only the solar PV system is generating power for the home, but it is also operating safely for your property.   Read more