March 2020 | Infinite Energy

Why Solar is Good for First Home Buyers

23 March 2020

Why Solar is Good for First Home Buyers

Buying a home for the first time can be overwhelming, not to mention the hard yards you’ve endured to get to the point where you’re able to purchase your first home. It’s a huge investment after all, so you want to make sure that every dollar spent is worth it. As a first home buyer, […]

19 March 2020

New Government Incentives Announced

With Australia facing economic uncertainty, Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, has announced a tax package to stimulate the economy. The plan will cost the government $17.6 billion in total, with $11 billion of that to be spent before June 30, 2020.   Accelerating depreciation deductions The government is introducing a 15-month time limited investment incentive to […]

16 March 2020

How Impact Investing and Solar Are Supporting Our Community’s Most Crucial Challenges

In an exciting announcement, local super fund, WA Super, has partnered with Impact Investment Group (IIG), to launch a $20 million commitment impact fund; the WA Impact Fund. The WA Impact Fund will invest in projects that have a positive social and environmental impact, that also deliver significant competitive financial returns for its super investors. […]

9 March 2020

Beginning Your Solar Journey

For over 10 years we’ve dedicated our business to helping Australians find a solar solution to help reduce their electricity costs and commit to a more sustainable way of living. We pride ourselves on our honest, no-pressure approach and are governed by values of integrity and professionalism. During each consultation; over the phone or in […]

6 March 2020

South Australian Home Battery Scheme Subsidy to Decrease

South Australians have just six weeks to purchase an eligible battery at current subsidy levels under the Home Battery Scheme. The South Australian Government has announced that from 15 April 2020, subsidy levels will be reduced. The new subsidies are;  $600 per kWh to $400 per kWh for those with an energy concession  $500 per […]

1 March 2020

What is Peer-to-Peer Energy Trading?

Peer-to-peer energy (P2P) trading is the buying and selling of energy between two or more grid-connected parties. Often in the form of solar energy, any excess energy can be transferred and sold to other users via a secure platform. Peer-to-peer energy trading allows consumers the choice to decide on whom they purchase electricity from, and […]

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