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The Australian solar industry has grown significantly over the past decade and is expected to continue expanding with new solar farms and residential solar projects going into development all the time. The growth has been largely driven by new large-scale solar farms which have increased industry electricity generation from less than 50 Megawatts in 2014 to over 2,400 Megawatts in 2018. There are plenty of new solar farms planned over the next few years meaning the industry is well positioned to continue growing throughout Australia.

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The federal election is approaching and with it has come the promises of bigger and better renewable energy policies from the leading parties. Read more

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