November 2021 | Infinite Energy

What is the difference between the solar rebate and solar feed-in tariffs?

29 November 2021

What is the difference between the solar rebate and solar feed-in tariffs?

If you have started doing research about investing in solar power for your home, then you may have started getting confused with information overload! There is a wealth of information out there, about who is the best installer, what are the best brands, and how to make sure you are getting the most saving out […]

22 November 2021

How Infinite Energy helped Urban Forager reach its sustainability goals through solar power

Urban Forager launched in 2012, then under the name of Forager Handmade Preserves. They had an immediate positive response from their customers and retail partners for their organic stock concentrates. Their organic product range are now available in a wide range of retailers across Australia. The company focusses on sustainable processing techniques, sourcing high quality, […]

15 November 2021

Why You Shouldn’t Buy a Cheap Solar PV System

While a cheap solar power system may seem like a great idea initially, the truth is that cheap solar systems can end up costing you a lot more in the long run. Customers who go for the cheapest options when investing in solar are often stung by much higher costs later for repairs or replacements, […]

10 November 2021

Infinite Energy Solar Car Challenge 2021

200 excited students from 14 Perth and WA high schools raced their student-designed and built model solar cars over the 28 and 29 October, on tree-lined Riley Oval at the University of Western Australia (UWA) in the Infinite Energy Solar Car Challenge. Infinite Energy, AIE Perth and UWA co-sponsored and organised the event, as they […]

8 November 2021

Electricity Case Study: Dobbie

In December 2014, Infinite Energy was selected by Perth foundry, Dobbie, to originate a proposal to help significantly reduce Dobbie’s annual electricity spend. To achieve this aim, two objectives needed to be met: Objective 1 Switch electricity supply to Infinite Energy to reduce the amount paid per unit of grid supplied electricity. Objective 2 Undertake […]

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