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Probability of fire risk in solar panels

General expert opinion is that solar PV systems are at less risk of fire than any electrical equipment. Since it has live wires, there will always […]

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Damages endured by solar panels

Getting solar panels installed is an excellent way for homes and businesses alike to generate electricity without negatively impacting the environment. Without the proper functioning of […]

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Solar panel performance in cold weather

Solar is a reliable, cost-effective way to power your home. Solar panels produce energy not from the sun’s heat but from the sun’s light. It can […]

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Benefits of going solar

The sun is a powerful energy source, and harnessing this power by installing solar panels can make a significant difference to the planet. Solar installation has […]

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Life span of Home Energy Storage System

Home batteries complement a solar system. A solar battery backup will power one’s home during blackouts and grid outages. Climate change and ageing infrastructure pose a […]

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Electric vehicles to dominate roads in future

With a hue and cry for a clean environment with a zero-carbon energy structure, the day we would see electric cars reigning roads is not far […]

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Energy Conservation Day 2020

Energy Conservation Day is celebrated by people all over the world on the 14th of December. The goal is to help society to reduce the amount […]

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Australia expects to become world’s biggest VPP by 2021

Founded in 2014, the Melbourne-based Solar Service Group is Australia’s leading solar battery storage installation company that has helped in the transformation of the burgeoning solar […]

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Hydrogen export to surge the solar future of SA

The potential for growth in the global hydrogen market is exponential. SA has already taken measures to harness its renewable energy resources and is making a […]

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Matt Kean to forestall climate changes

New South Wales Energy Minister Matt Kean states that those who hamper the global transition from fossil fuels are actually standing in the way of the […]

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Whole of System Plan to transform WA’s energy landscape

The Western Australian energy sector is undergoing an unprecedented change. As a part of it, the Energy Transformation Taskforce of WA has developed a Whole of […]

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Prof Chem Nayar, CEO Regen Power, Nominated for Australian of the Year 2021

Emeritus Professor Chem Nayar, CEO Regen Power has been nominated for the 2021 WA Australian of the Year. Congratulations to Prof Nayar and other nominees. Emeritus […]

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List of Tier-1 Solar Panels Q2 2020

Since our last article on the Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) tier-1 panels back in 2019, there are major ranking changes in the top 5 positions as […]

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Western Australia Renewable Energy Hub – Expanded to 26 GW

Recently, we reported on the 15 GW Asian Renewable Energy hub in Pilbara, Western Australia. It was given the recommendation by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) […]

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Solar Electricity is the King- World Energy Outlook 2020

The annual World Energy Outlook has been released for 2020 by the International Energy Agency (IEA). The IEA highlights how the Covid-19 pandemic has shocked the […]

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Leading the way in Sustainable Technology

Established in 2003 by Curtin University Emeritus Professor Chem Nayar, Canning Vale-based Regen Power is a Western Australian company providing renewable energy products and services to […]

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