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Solar power for retirement villages in Australia

There are good financial reasons for retirement villages to install solar power systems in Australia. Regardless of whether the state in which the retirement village is located offers a Feed-in […]

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Find the best deals on solar power in Gladstone, Qld

Solar power is a smart investment in Gladstone, Queensland. Queensland residents who install an eligible solar PV systems are currently eligible for the most generous Solar Feed-in Tariff in Australia, at 44c […]

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Solar panel oversupply to continue to 2015

The oversupply of solar panels on the world market will not be absorbed until 2015, according to a recent report by renewable power consultancy GTM Research. Global production capacity for […]

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Is Australia poised for a solar PV revolution?

A new report released by the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO), could mark the tipping point after which solar photovoltaics (PV) will transform from a technology widely seen as novel […]

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Cheap solar panels in Melbourne, Victoria?

Are cheap solar panels worth the investment in Melbourne, Victoria? Although the price of solar panels is coming down across the globe and Australia, and solar panels are certainly much […]

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Solar power storage solutions: Beyond batteries

The development of affordable storage solutions for solar power or other renewable energy sources such as wind will change the nature of electricity generation and distribution as we know it. Most people […]

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Victoria Feed-in Tariff to be reduced by 31 Dec 2012 or sooner

The Victoria Competition and Efficiency Commission (VCEC) has released its draft report on its inquiry into Victoria’s Feed-in Tariffs, recommending sweeping changes that will effectively eliminate state government subsidisation for small- […]

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WA Solar Feed-in Tariff scheme to go over budget

Western Australia’s Solar Feed-in Tariff scheme may exceed its budget by as much as 7 times original projections. The WA Government has been accused of having mismanaged the scheme: at […]

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