QLD Is Still Leading The Way in  Small-Scale PV System Installations Across Australia
This map shows the total number of small-scale renewable energy systems installed under the Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme in each state and territory, and the total kilowatt rated output for December 2016 and the national cumulative totals since 2001.

QLD Is Still Leading The Way in Small-Scale PV System Installations Across Australia

The Clean Energy Regulator has released the newest figures and statistics for December 2016 small-scale installations across Australia, with QLD having installed 2,254 small-scale systems or 12.4MW, with the next…

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A Year of Extreme Weather Events – 2016 a Year in Review
It was a year of extreme weather events, wetter than average overall, and the fourth-warmest on record for Australia, according to the Bureau of Meteorology’s Annual Climate Statement 2016

A Year of Extreme Weather Events – 2016 a Year in Review

Press Release It was a year of extreme weather events, wetter than average overall, and the fourth-warmest on record for Australia, according to the Bureau of Meteorology’s Annual Climate Statement 2016 released today.…

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Renewable Energy Target “RET” Challenges Ahead
Renewable Energy Target “RET” Challenges Ahead

Renewable Energy Target “RET” Challenges Ahead

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Bloomberg New Energy Finance has underscored the uphill challenge Australia faces in even meeting the 2020 RET of supplying 33,000 gigawatt-hours form clean energy each year from 2020. After the…

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Barcaldine Solar Farm is Now Two Months Ahead of Schedule (Now Feeding Electricity Into the Grid)
Barcaldine Solar Farm is Now Two Months Ahead of Schedule (Now Feeding Electricity Into the Grid)

Barcaldine Solar Farm is Now Two Months Ahead of Schedule (Now Feeding Electricity Into the Grid)

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As temperatures continue to soar in Australia, it is in Western Queensland where the conditions bring a sense of accomplishment as well, Queensland’s biggest solar farm which could potentially power…

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Will my solar loan be approved?

Making a decision to purchase a major item like Solar, a new car, a new kitchen or bathroom is emotional. Your customer wants to make the decision and start enjoying…

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