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2017 Solar Rebate Changes
by Darryn Van Hout

Besides renewable and sustainable energy use, the other element of solar investment that appealed most to Australians was the attractive solar rebates offered to households selling excess power back to the main grid. Thanks to these rebates, over 1.5 million Australian households have installed solar systems. One of the long-standing Government incentives initiated to kick-start […]

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The Solar Feed-in Tariff
by Darryn Van Hout

A feed-in tariff is just another great benefit of installing solar panels. The renewable energy feed-in tariff is a rate paid to eligible households, small businesses and community organisations for excess electricity fed back to the electricity grid from designated renewable electricity generation sources such as solar panel systems, solar thermals, hydro systems or wind […]

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Hazelwood Plant Closure: Power Bills Are About to Spike
by Darryn Van Hout

With the impending shut down of the Hazelwood power plant expected to cause a surge in household gas and power bills, now is the time to start looking for alternative energy to help you reduce your spending. Analysts say Hazelwood’s closure could see electricity bills rise an extra $300 a quarter, and notably the giant […]

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Solar Feed-in Tariff Cutback – Could it be possible in 2018?
by Darryn Van Hout

With almost 10,000 solar panels being installed each day, Australia may face further setbacks including a potential Solar Feed-in Tariff Cutback in 2018? Energy experts have warned of a possible over-supply of solar energy to the grid during periods of low demand. Smart devices including the Watcost energy monitor may be swamped with demand as energy networks race to collect real-time data in an attempt to control the National Energy Market.

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Is Your Power Company Ripping You Off?
by Darryn Van Hout

Don't get caught out! Find out what is really happening with Australian electricity prices and get the facts before you pay your next power bill. If you have not taken action against the energy companies then you need to read this now! Don't get ripped off by Australian power companies. Take action today before it is too late!

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Solar power safety
by Darryn Van Hout

Solar photovoltaic (PV) systems are connected to the normal power supply for use in homes and businesses. As they are powered by the sun, or any other source of light, they can continue to generate power from the solar modules up to the inverter even if the mains power has been disconnected. As a result, […]

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Meet The New Tech That Will Optimise Your Solar
by Darryn Van Hout

Many of you have probably heard about home energy monitoring devices and I’ve seen my fair share over the years. Most are hobby type products, that are invariably difficult to install, unreliable and do not show accurate electricity costs with network charges, let alone real-time energy use and solar savings. And then, there’s expensive add-on […]

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Meet The New Tech That Will Optimise Your Solar
by Darryn Van Hout

Today, I’m here to review a new kind of energy monitoring system that will very soon be on the market. Wattcost is an Australian company, that describes their innovative AI-based technology as a consumer product that “makes your home energy intelligent so you always pay less”. With an easy to install device, smart technology alongside the user friendly smart phone app, wattcost is geared up for market share around the world.

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Solar Feed-in Tariff Cutback – Could it be possible in 2018?
by Darryn Van Hout

With almost 10,000 solar panels being installed each day, Australia may face further setbacks including a potential Solar Feed-in Tariff Cutback in 2018? Energy experts have warned of a possible over-supply of solar energy to the grid during periods of low demand. Smart devices including the Watcost energy monitor may be swamped with demand as energy networks race to collect real-time data in an attempt to control the National Energy Market.

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