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20 October 2012 – Federal Government and Opposition Approach to Solar Panels

Interesting to note that whilst the Federal Labor Government has been pushing for elimination of state solar feed in tariff’s (with Victoria the most recent State to cut their solar feed tariff) as they are viewed as being ‘unfair’ by many in that other ‘non-solar’ electricity consumers are claimed to ‘subsidise’ those home owners with […]

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17 October 2012 – Profiles Of Adelaide Solar Panel Installaion Companies

It is interesting to note the wide range and diversity of the ‘backgrounds’ of solar installation companies in Adelaide. We have noticed many companies with certainly not a ‘solar’ background moving into the S.A. solar industry. Examples of this are companies (without naming names) that have a background in, for example, shower screen installation, roofing […]

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14 October 2012 – Is Ongoing support for climate action in the United States Inevitable?

Australia’s climate change policy, and in fact much of the worlds policy and ‘appetite’ for action in promotion of solar power, wind power and renewable energy in general is determined by U.S. action/s. While states like South Australia have been successful in pushing for 20 percent renewable energy targets, global action is key.

A set of […]

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