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Another shopping center set for solar transformation in Australia 2020

Another shopping center set for solar transformation in Australia 2020

 Shopping center solar transformation in Australia 2020  Brisbane’s Calamvale Central will become the first facility in Retail First’s privately-owned shopping centre portfolio to be powered by rooftop PV in a matter of weeks. It is expected that more installations are to follow. At Brisbane’s Calamvale Shopping Centre a major solar energy overhaul is currently underway, […]

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Almost self-sufficient eco-resort on the Great Ocean Road hits the market

Almost self-sufficient eco-resort on the Great Ocean Road hits the market

Self-sufficient eco-resort in Australia 2020:   A 12-bedroom resort with impressive environmental credentials along the Great Ocean Road has hit the market, with its owner saying it has potential to grow, or become a family compound. The luxury Alkina lodge at 35 Parkers Access Track, Wattle Hill was designed to have minimal impact on the […]

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Solar Phtovoltaics Success at Foodmach Pty Ltd

Solar Phtovoltaics Success at Foodmach Pty Ltd

Solar panels success at Foodmach: One of Australasia’s largest privately operated packaging machinery manufacturers,  owned and integrators is Foodmach. In 2013, its manufacturing facility located in Echuca, Victoria, was fitted with a 100 kW solar system. The system has yielded approximately 1 GW of energy to date, that represents over 700 tonnes of CO2 emissions […]

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Highest power prices at night mooted in order to ease peak-time demand

Highest power prices at night mooted in order to ease peak-time demand

Victoria power prices growth at night 2020 . A state-funded energy think tank is urging the Andrews government to set the highest electricity prices at night to ease demand and help shore up the energy supply. The proposal is among a raft of recommendations aimed at securing supply to 2028 and comes as federal Energy […]

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Higher Electricity Network Charges For Victorians In 2020

Higher Electricity Network Charges For Victorians In 2020

Victoria’s small businesses and  households will be paying higher energy bills and digging deeper into their pockets from January 1 next year to cover electricity charges after a decision is made by the Australian Energy Regulator (AER). Yesterday the AER announced that it had approved increases for the state’s five (DNSPs) Distributed Network Service providers. Network […]

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