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Progress On WA’s Merredin Solar Farm

Merredin Solar Farm - Western Australia

Several milestones have been reached in the development of what is claimed will be Western Australia’s largest solar farm, which may also include battery storage.

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SA Labor’s Renewables And Energy Storage Targets – Reactions

Reactions to renewable energy announcements in South Australia

If you’re a renewable energy supporter, South Australia has been a pretty exciting place to be recently and yesterday was no exception.

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SA Labor Commits To 75% Renewables By 2025

South Australia renewable energy target

South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill says if Labor is re-elected, it will boost the state’s Renewable Energy Target to 75 per cent by 2025.

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Development Application Lodged For Australia’s Largest Urban Solar Farm

Epuron South Fremantle Solar Farm

A development application has been submitted to Western Australia’s City of Fremantle for a solar farm proposed for a former South Fremantle landfill site.

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Trump Solar Tariffs A Taxing Situation For SunPower

Sunpower and Trump's solar tariffs

SunPower’s president and CEO isn’t particularly happy with the Trump Administration’s recent attempt to help “Make America Great Again” through punitive duties on imported cells and solar panels.

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Installing Solar Panels On A Flat Roof — All The Angles Covered

If you are checking out this article because you are planning to put solar panels on a flat roof, then odds are you’re looking to install a commercial solar system.  While there are homes with flat roofs, they’re not nearly as common as flat business roofs.  But whether it’s for a home or a business […]

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Queensland Legacy 44c Solar Feed In Tariff Rule Change Update

Queensland 44c feed in tariff - Solar Bonus Scheme

Solar installers and households/businesses on Queensland’s legacy 44c solar feed in tariff (Solar Bonus Scheme) should be aware of pending changes to the scheme.

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Statutory Voltage Limits Change In Queensland To Benefit Solar Power

Voltage limits in Queensland

Voltage limits for Queensland’s electricity networks are set to change, bringing the state into line with Australian Standard (AS) 60038 and international best practice. This will enable more solar power systems to be installed – and with less red tape.

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How To Protect Your Solar Inverter From Hackers

Internet-connected solar inverter security

Note from Finn: Please welcome Willem Westerhof to the SolarQuotes® Blog. Willem is a Hacker, Researcher and IT Specialist who is particularly well known around the world for finding cyber-security holes in popular solar inverters.

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Queensland Energy Efficient Appliance Rebate Applications Open Today

Queensland energy efficient appliance rebate

Now is a good time for solar and non-solar Queensland households alike to upgrade a fridge, washing machine or air-conditioner to a more energy-efficient model. 

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