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Read the latest blog entry from Regen Power on status of renewable energy in Queensland at: http://regenpower.com/news/queenslands-renewable-energy-landscape/

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Siemens & AES Joins To Form FLUENCE!

Two of the world's biggest energy firms - AES and Siemens - announced their joint venture, called Fluence, into the battery storage market. This new firm will be primarily focussed on primarily on the grid-level market.

Like Tesla, AES also foresee a huge potential in the Australian energy storage market; and expects a jump from 3GW to 28 GW in just 6 years. Also, AES is already partnered with Lyon Group to build upto 600 MWh of battery storage systems in Southern Australia. By entering into this venture with Siemens, AES will have some inherent market advantages while playing against competitors like Tesla.
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This year Regen Power celebrates its 14 year anniversary. And we are offering top brand solar systems at highly discounted prices.

To know more, visit: http://regenpower.com
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Paris Climate agreement brings together many nations to undertake efforts in combatting climate change. Its current aim is to keep the temperature rise in this century below 2 degree Celsius. This agreement requires nations to put efforts through Nationally Determined Contributions.

After US announced its withdrawal from Paris Climate Agreement, China is set to become the leader in the battle against Global Warming. The floating solar facility went online on June 2nd and an International conference about Clean Energy was held in Beijing, which was around the same time as Donald Trump's announcement. The facility is a 40 Megawatt power plant and consisting of 160,000 panels on a lake in Anhui province. This move made by China is a huge opportunity to reduce their dependency on fossil fuels as being the top carbon emitter is the least desirable title. Also, as China manufactures the majority of the world's solar panels, it is a convenient move.

China has been the world's largest investor in clean energy for a few years, most of the investments going to solar and wind power. It has now set a goal – 20% of its power consumption must be from low emission energy. China has largely benefitted financially by using clean energy and hopes to combat air pollution.

The Governor of California, Jerry Brown supported China in its decision and considers it to be resourceful in combatting climate change. China is also interested in cooperating with US states and other institutions. Perhaps with US reducing its contribution against climate change, China intends to become the leading contributor in this fight against Global Warming.
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Second Coming of Australian Solar Boom!

A total of 5.7GW of rooftop solar systems were installed on 1.7 million households by the end of May 2017. This is the biggest first five month installs in our history.

With increase in retail electricity prices, solar power is again becoming the best budget option for millions of residents countrywide. This is pointed as one of the reasons contributing to this surge in solar system uptake in the past five months.

Source: SunWiz

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Developing Countries Transitioning to Solar!

India, a country with a billion population has been transitioning to the usage of renewable sources of energy. Institute of Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) reported that National Thermal Power Corporation(NTPC), a utility that is among the top 10 coal fired generators in the world, is now a prime supporter in the government’s attempt in green energy transition. NTPC has been actively taking part in expanding the private renewable energy generation sector, despite its history of coal powered energy generation.

Solar energy generation has become the cheapest in countries like India and China. This makes switching to solar energy beneficial even financially. Many major utilities in various countries have been switching to renewable business models.

The report states that NTPC must transition early and avoid shareholder value destruction, to avoid financial underperformance.
India’s strive to green energy transition has attracted investors, a few of them being JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, Enel and SoftBank. Its ambition is to produce 170 Gigawatts of renewable energy by 2022.
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Solar becomes the largest power station in Queensland.

The Energy Minister, Mark Bailey announced this milestone at the Energy User’s Association of Australia on 24th May. Mr. Bailey also stated that as of 1st May, 1,706 Megawatts of Power was being produced by over 438,000 rooftop solar panels in the solar state Queensland.

Read more: http://regenpower.com/news/solar-state-queensland/
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Residential Solar Perth

Regen Power sells the best residential solar perth packages with tier-1 solar panels and german solar inverters. Headquartered in Perth, we have over 13 years of experience in the solar industry.

Contact Us for free quote.

http://regenpower.com/residential/solar-power-packages/
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PRINTED SOLAR PANELS - BEST SOURCE OF ENERGY?
As cheap as $10 per square metre, these solar panels are printed using an electronic ink onto laminated paper using conventional printing methods. This technology was developed by research team at University of Newcastle (UoN) lead by Professor Paul Dastoor; and is currently being tested in a large scale demonstration site. This technology was being researched by UoN since the past 15 years and it might just become a reality, revolutionising the general public households and saving the world. In addition to producing energy similar to a solar panel, it is more sensitive to light than the latter.

Kilometers of sheets can be produced using this technology per day which may provide power supply to thousands of homes and also generate new revenue to the printing industry. Printed solar can support the part of the world which does not have electricity till today. Professor Dastoor suggests that it may be owned, and maintained by a service provider, and customers may choose service plans based on their requirements, much like television providers. Global Logistics solutions company, CHEP has already decided to collaborate with UoN to make this technology a sustainable business model.
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SOLAR POWER SYSTEM in FASHION BIZ, WA!!!

Fashion Biz, one of the largest suppliers of apparel to the Australasian market, has installed a large rooftop solar power at their new warehouse in Gnangara, Western Australia . Designed, installed and commissioned by Regen Power.

The 99.8kW rooftop system consists of 370 x270W Canadian Solar panels and 4x 25 kW SMA inverters . The system was installed in record time in March 2017. The PV arrays were mounted using an Australian designed and manufactured Sunlock mounting system. Regen Power has incorporated a custom designed zero export control and protection system meeting Western Power’s strict requirements for large systems of this nature. It is expected that will provide a payback time of between 2-3 years.

For more details visit: http://regenpower.com/portfolio/warehouse-smithfield-nsw/
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