In a surprise announcement by Climate Change Minister Greg Combet on Friday the 16th of November the federal government would be bringing forward the ending of the solar rebate/credits multiplier forward by 6 months. This means that new end date is the 31st December 2012, which will add around $800.00 to the cost of a.. read more →
There is a global energy war happening in front of our eyes. The battle is being waged in energy and finance ministries around the world, and in the boardrooms of energy companies and their bankers. It is the battle between a high-carbon and a low-carbon energy future. And the outcome is unclear.. On one side,.. read more →
Here is an important statement from the Department of Primary Industries regarding the Victorian Feed-in Tariff solar power cost: The transitional Feed-in Tariff is closing to new customers. This tariff offers eligible properties with small scale solar PV systems of five kilowatts or less a minimum credit of 25 cents per kilowatt hour for excess.. read more →
A new solar power plant will be built on 50 hectares of land in Canberra it will be 20 megawatt facility. It will be powered by 83,000 solar panels enough power for 4,400 homes. Construction is due to begin next year and be completed by 2014, subject to environmental and planning approval. It’s going to.. read more →
Solar power is an unlimited and clean source of energy that can greatly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. You can join the effort by investing in solar energy, and by doing so will not only make a positive impact on the global environment but also save a heap of money on your electricity bill. Light striking.. read more →
With the government set to announce its feed in tariff rate for solar power post premium and transitional incentives, many are fore seeing a cloudy day on the horizon for the solar PV market in Victoria. The tariff (expected to be within 8c to 16c per kilowatt hour exported)will be paid via the owners electricity.. read more →
The Green Power Company has witnessed a change in customer behaviour when installing residential rooftop solar PV systems. Back in 2008, 75% of our customers were only interested in installing 1kW solar power systems. This was due to still relatively high prices for solar PV but also the federal Government tailoring their rebate to encourage.. read more →
The South Pacific archipelago of Tokelau is on it’s way to becoming the world’s first fully solar power nation, with 4,032 PV modules, 392 inverters and 1,344 batteries set to provide the entire electricity supply for its three tropical atolls, replacing diesel generators. A dependent territory of New Zealand, Tokelau’s solar transformation is being overseen.. read more →
The Australian government’s chief energy forecasting body has published a dramatic revision of its cost estimates, predicting that onshore wind and solar photovoltaic will deliver the cheapest forms of energy by 2030 – with solar photovoltaic dramatically cheaper than all other energy forms by 2050. The Australian Energy Technology Assessment (AETA) prepared by the government’s.. read more →
Last Friday, on the 25th of May 2012, Germany set a new world solar energy record in photovoltaic solar energy: 22.4 GW of photovoltaic energy on the grid covering over 30% of all electricity demand! That’s the equivalent of 20 huge conventional fossil or nuclear power plants. This is clearly amazing news that made headlines.. read more →
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I would like to thank you and your company and the three guys you sent to Mildura to install my solar, they were very professional, efficient, reliable and explained everything thoroughly. Fantastic service I will definitely recommend to others if need be.— Linda, Mildura
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Thanks for all the help from your entire team ! Really happy with the look of the black solar panels – we feel like the colourbond commercial – going outside and gazing up at our roof, every now and then, just to admire our sleek solar panels! Thanks once again! For all the follow, please forward our thanks on to Adam and Pat – and the team that came out to install. Kind regards — Anne, Moe
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- 05 Mar 2013Solar Power Inverters from Setec – Nedap Power RouterThe Green Power Company is proud to announce a partnership with Setec to distribute the Nedap Power ...
- 10 Dec 2012Solar Power Rebate ChangesIn a surprise announcement by Climate Change Minister Greg Combet on Friday the 16th of November the...
- 10 Dec 2012The Energy Battle – When Two Sides go to warThere is a global energy war happening in front of our eyes. The battle is being waged in energy and...
- 26 Nov 2012The Futility Of The UtilitiesOne of the reasons for the Governments reduction in the solar power credits scheme 6 months earlier ...
- 12 Nov 2012Victorian Feed-In Tariff Solar Power CostHere is an important statement from the Department of Primary Industries regarding the Victorian Fee...
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Adam, Carole and I want to take this opportunity to thank yourself and your company for the very competent installation your team carried out. We are very happy with results and have now been able to turn the solar generation facility. I am now looking forward to our first account which we hope will show a substantial reduction in the cost of power consumed at our place.We will have absolutely no hesitation in recommending your company to others. Your standards of workmanship are excellent work. Your company has done a great job.— Ron, Murrumbeena