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SRD Kitchens installs 30kW Solar PV

SRD Kitchens are a Newcastle based, family owned and operated, manufacturer and retailer of flat pack kitchens. Solar Choice were contacted by the business owner to initially perform a feasibility […]

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ACT passes 100% renewable target

  The Australian Capital Territory is now officially sourcing the equivalent of all of its electricity needs from renewable energy resources, with supply from the 109MW Hornsdale 3 wind farm […]

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5kW Solar Systems: Pricing, Output, and Returns

5 kilowatt (5kW) solar systems have become one of the most popular sizes in Australia, thanks to the combination of high energy yields and great value-for-money that they deliver. What are […]

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10kW Solar Power Systems: Price, Output & Returns

10kW solar systems are a great investment for Australian homes with high levels of electricity consumption or businesses with relatively small electricity needs. This article takes a look at 10kW solar […]

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SA unveils plans for 100% hydrogen economy

South Australia has unveiled plans for a 100 per cent renewable hydrogen economy, a move the state Liberal government says will boost the economy and future jobs opportunities. The plan, unveiled […]

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Solar Choice brokers 80kW Solar PV for Kimbriki RRC

Kimbriki Resource Recovery Centre was originally established as a landfill in 1974. In 1989-90, resource recovery operations commenced on site and Kimbriki became a Recycling and Waste Disposal Centre. Kimbriki […]

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AEMO halves output from five solar farms

The Australian Energy Market Operator has cited issues of “system strength,” after slashing in half the allowable output from five solar farms in Victoria and NSW. The solar farms – […]

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Commercial Solar PV Price Index for August 2019

With heavy activity in Victoria and shifts in solar technology to half cut solar modules,  price updates from several companies have resulted in a slight upwards shift in average dollar […]

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Australians climate change fears

A record number of Australians are linking climate change to the increased rate and severity of natural disasters, including extended droughts, a new report has found. The Australia Institute’s Climate […]

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Home storage to be taken over by EV’s?

Electric vehicles will become a key asset for the Australia’s energy market operator to manage the grid, and could even make home batteries redundant in the long-term, an industry insider […]

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Pay-as-you-feel restaurant go solar

Lentil As Anything restaurants and grocery stores have no set prices. Anyone is welcome to go for a meal and contribute in any way they can which ensures everyone leaves […]

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