Eastern States Feed-In Tariff Increase

23 June 2017
Feed-In Tariff Increase

Eastern States Feed-In Tariff Increase

  The residential net feed-in tariff scheme is a State Government subsidy designed to encourage the installation of renewable energy systems. Through the Renewable Energy Buyback or Solar Bonus Schemes, homeowners who own renewable energy systems like solar or wind can export any excess electricity they generate to the grid and receive payment from their power […]

8 June 2017
Tesla Destination Charging

Tesla Destination Charging

  Although currently more expensive than their petrol counterparts, upfront costs for Electric Vehicles are expected to drop significantly in the next few years. This is in large part thanks to the new Tesla Model 3, which is expected to spur mass EV adoption in Australia due to its affordable price tag and low running […]

19 May 2017

Infinite Energy Introduces Nature Bank

  Infinite Energy is Officially Carbon Neutral In January 2017, Infinite Energy became completely carbon neutral. With a commitment to deliver cleaner and more affordable energy to all Australians, Infinite Energy aim to do everything we can as an organisation to reduce our own emissions, including generating the majority of our power via solar, having […]

13 April 2017
EVs Australia

Electric Vehicles Sold in Australia

Benefits of Electric Vehicles While Electric Vehicles may seem like the new kid on the automobile block, an astounding 50% of all EVs currently on the road today were sold in the last two years alone. This quick uptake is only expected to increase thanks to the huge range of benefits Electric Vehicles offer, especially […]

10 April 2017
Heat Pumps

Heat Pumps as an Alternative to Battery Storage

If a brand new battery storage system is out of your price range, don’t worry – a hot water system may be your next best bet. When operating at peak performance, many solar PV systems generate more electricity than their household can use. When this happens, the system’s inverter exports any excess electricity to the […]

6 April 2017
shading solar PV systems

Shading and Solar PV Systems

  Shading in the Traditional Solar PV Setup Solar cells produce electricity via the photovoltaic effect, where sunlight creates electricity in certain materials by knocking their outer electrons loose. Therefore, it makes sense that when a shadow is cast on a panel, whether by a tree or another building, it will decrease the amount of […]

21 March 2017
Install solar autumn

Why Autumn is a Great Time to Install Solar

With plenty of warm, sunny weather still to come, autumn is a great time install a solar PV system on your roof. To find out why, read on.   1) Great weather While in another country or continent we might recommend not installing panels in autumn, thanks to our high rate of sunny, clear days, […]

16 March 2017
cec and iso

ISO 9001 vs CEC Approved Solar Retailer

With so many solar providers in Australia, choosing a reputable organisation to install your solar PV system can seem like a difficult task. You may have heard from one provider that it’s better to choose a company that’s ISO 9001 compliant, while another may tell you it’s always best to go with a company who’s […]

8 March 2017
infinite energy re-signs energy partner

Infinite Energy Re-Signs as the West Coast Eagles’ Principal Energy Partner

Following an undeniably strong 2016 season for the West Coast Eagles, Infinite Energy is excited to announce we’ve officially re-signed as the team’s Principal Energy Partner for the 2017 AFL Premiership Season! Infinite Energy has been an official partner with the West Coast Eagles since 2014, becoming the team’s Principal Energy Partner for the first […]

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Approved RetailerClean Energy Council
Principal Energy PartnerWest Coast Eagles
Research PartnerUniversity of Western Australia
Authorised ResellerTesla Energy
Official SupporterYouth Focus
Corporate SponsorAustralian Hotels Association

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