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The Premium Feed-in Tariff is Ending, Here’s What You Can Do

21 May 2020

The Premium Feed-in Tariff is Ending, Here’s What You Can Do

As an incentive to encourage the uptake of renewable energy systems in the state, the Western Australian Government introduced the Residential Net Feed-in Tariff Scheme for eligible solar system owners in July 2010. The scheme provides eligible applicants with a premium rate of 40 cents per unit of solar energy  exported back to the grid, […]

6 May 2020

What the Distributed Energy Resources Roadmap Means For You

The Distributed Energy Resources Roadmap (DER Roadmap) has recently been released by the Energy Transformation Taskforce, an initiative of the WA state government. The Roadmap facilitates a major transformation of WA’s electricity industry and deals with the switch from a coal and fossil fuels to a grid dominated by renewable energy and battery storage. Distributed […]

8 April 2020

New Release: 360W Canadian Solar HiKu Dual-Cell Panels

Canadian Solar is a leading global manufacturer of solar modules with over 38GW of solar modules deployed since 2001 in more than 150 countries. With 17 manufacturing facilities in Asia & Americas, Canadian Solar is at the forefront of solar cell technology. Canadian Solar continues to invest in research and development, recently launching a new […]

1 April 2020

The Advantages of Going Solar Now

As Australians and the rest of the world do their best to adapt to the ongoing changes surrounding COVID-19, we’re experiencing  an unprecedented amount of pressure in many facets of our life. Suddenly having to adapt to an assortment of changes can cause underlying stress that we may not even realise we’re experiencing. With the […]

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. […]

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 […]

13 February 2020

How Community Battery Projects Help Us Take a Step Towards a Greener Future

There has been big news in the solar energy sector this week with the announcement of a group of new community battery projects which works to incorporate battery storage into the existing energy grid. The announcement of this new project has great implications for the future of solar energy in Western Australia, but firstly let’s […]

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