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Solar needs light not heat!

Solar needs light not heat!

Did you know that solar power depends on light, not heat? It doesn’t matter how cold the weather condition is, as long as you get sunshine your photovoltaic panels will be up and running in good shape. The key is to make certain your panels get as much sunlight as...

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Turn your outdoor lights solar!

Turn your outdoor lights solar!

You can replace all exterior sources of illumination with solar powered lamps and light sources. They gather energy during the day to light up at night. Just be aware that they may not work during long winter nights or predawn times. Make a smart move into solar,...

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Bryan Cranston is a famous solar fan!

Bryan Cranston is a famous solar fan!

He may have starred as a drug dealer living in a modest suburban pad in Albuquerque, but in real life Bryan Cranston lives beneath solar panels in Los Angeles near the beach. You don’t have to be a millionaire to adopt green practices; you can change your community by...

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Nasa’s Solar and Heliospheric Observatory

Nasa’s Solar and Heliospheric Observatory

The most famous spacecraft sent to observe the Sun is the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory, built by NASA and ESA, and launched in December, 1995. SOHO has been continuously observing the Sun since then, and sent back countless images. Why not make use of this...

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SolaRoad revolutionises roads and paths

SolaRoad revolutionises roads and paths

SolaRoad, an experimental bike path that also functions as a giant solar cell, opened in November 2014 in Krommenie, a village northwest of the Dutch city of Amsterdam. Within a short period, it generated enough energy to power a one-person household for an entire...

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Smartflower solar for every garden

Smartflower solar for every garden

Meet the Smartflower: a portable, adjustable solar power system that uses GPS-based dual axis tracking to follow the path of the sun throughout the day, similar to the way a sunflower adjusts its petals to face the sun. By always maintaining the optimal angle to the...

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High density panels give more power

High density panels give more power

The solar panels efficiency can be determined by how dense they are. Though they’re pricier, higher density panels will give you more power. Look over the density of a few different panels prior to making the decision to buy. Get in touch with our expert team at...

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Lisa Ling leads the solar way!

Lisa Ling leads the solar way!

This journalist and former talk show co-host is as savvy about eco-friendly living as she is about crafting the perfect questions. Lisa Ling has created a Santa Monica home that uses a wide array of green practices, from tons of natural light to the Passive Solar...

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Sun is the 4th brightest star

Sun is the 4th brightest star

The Sun is a relatively bright star. If you could take the 50 closest stars within 17 light-years of the Earth, the Sun would be the 4th brightest star in absolute terms. Not bad at all! Make use of those particles of light by getting in touch with our expert team at...

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We make it simple for you to begin your solar journey.

3 simple solar packages below to get you started!

We make it simple for you to begin your solar journey.

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* Costs are based on the general domestic, GST inclusive usage price per unit of 29.95 cents peak and 18.44 cents off-peak per kWh. The typical Victorian household consumption can vary between 1,000 and 1,300 units per quarter depending on type, size, age and usage of appliances, the size and layout of the home and the number of people living in the home. Electrical appliance running costs are based on watts or kilowatts of electricity consumed.

* Costs are based on the general domestic, GST inclusive usage price per unit of 29.95 cents peak and 18.44 cents off-peak per kWh. The typical Victorian household consumption can vary between 1,000 and 1,300 units per quarter depending on type, size, age and usage of appliances, the size and layout of the home and the number of people living in the home. Electrical appliance running costs are based on watts or kilowatts of electricity consumed.

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