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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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Can an electric car work as a family car in Australia 2020?

Can an electric car work as a family car in Australia 2020?

Can Nissan’s electric car work as a family car in Australia? When we talk about cars the question arises that Can an electric car be used as a family car in Australia? More and more electric cars are arriving in Australia, the real issue is will they be able to handle the daily chores and […]

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Chicken farm makes the most of ample sun and water

Chicken farm makes the most of ample sun and water

Chicken farm makes the most of ample sun and water A DESIRE to diversify and value add has seen a Wimmera-Mallee farming family take a different approach to agriculture than many in the predominately grain and sheep producing region. The Henderson family, who farm at Wilkur, between Warracknabeal and Birchip and at Berriwillock, north-east of […]

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University’s of SunShine energy usage is reduced by 40 percent using Three-story water battery

University’s of SunShine energy usage is reduced by 40 percent using Three-story water battery

Giant water battery helps university cut energy costs by 40 per cent A giant water-battery(chilled) is using the solar power that is generated by around 6000 solar panels on top of roofs at the University of the Sunshine Coast to make water chill and save up-to 40 per cent of air-conditioning costs. It is said […]

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