The Victorian government recently made a call for partners in a new solar pilot program. Although a trial program is always a small step, when viewed in context it’s one that provides an insight into where Victoria and other Australian states and territories will need to go in future: to continue to encourage solar panel uptake, while also properly managing the byproduct of it so an oversupply of energy isn’t fed into the grid.
For an Aussie that gets a reputable solar installer to install well-made components with a long-term warranty, they’ll be all set to reap the rewards of taking these steps for years to come.
When it comes to solar batteries and their performance during colder conditions, it’s essential to know how to keep them warm and functioning effectively.
Solar power and blockchain technology are both seen as cutting-edge technologies that will fundamentally transform how we live in the 21st century.
Solar batteries can make a huge difference to the average home during bad weather. In years gone by if the power went out, there was little a household could do but light some candles and wait for electricity to be restored.
The global outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020 was a major test for the solar industry. Given the popularity of solar power as a technology in Australia and around the world, there was essentially no doubt the interest and support for solar power would outlast the pandemic.