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Can the world be powered fully by renewable energy?

As renewable energy is derived from renewable resources, very few resources are lost due to its production. Based on its source, they are of different types. […]

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Regen Power – Journey of a renewable energy pioneer

Published in Have A Go News VOLUME 30 NO. 11 ISSUE NO. 351 JUNE 2021 ESTABLISHED in 2003 by Curtin University Emeritus Professor Chem Nayar, Canning […]

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Opportunities in renewable energy generation and storage – Published in the West Australian

Click here to read the full article published in The West Australian 04/06/2021 page 88 Providing reliable and cheap electricity across Western Australia is a fascinating […]

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Leading the way in sustainable technology

As published the The West Australian Established in 2003 by Curtin University Emeritus Professor Chem Nayar, Canning Vale-based Regen Power is a National company providing renewable […]

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Can we install solar for individual flat in apartment?

With over 2.3 million solar rooftop installations, most Australians enjoy the benefits of solar energy. Certainly, technological advancements and innovations have helped the best solar companies […]

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Great minds map out the state’s future – West Aussie of the year have their say

Excerpts from the article published in The West Australian on 31/05/2021 What is the one thing WA’s best and brightest would do to improve the State? […]

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What are the problems faced by renewable energy?

The challenges faced by the renewable energy industry are many. Political pressures, government policies, corporate influence, age-old infrastructure, lack of proper battery storage system, and present […]

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Can trains transport people solely on solar energy?

Electricity is the largest source of greenhouse gas pollution in Australia, second being transport. Transport sector has seen 62.9% growth since 1990. Only a change in […]

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CEO of Regen Power, Prof Chem Nayar Nominated as Finalist for Western Australian of the Year Awards 2021

Congratulations to Professor Chem Nayar for being Nominated as a finalist for this year’s Western Australian of the Year Awards in the Professions Award category We […]

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Which direction is best suited for solar panels in Australia?

With over 2.3 million rooftop solar power systems and almost 20,000 new installations every month, Australia is all set to harness the abundant power of the […]

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Why aren’t we using the deserts for solar power?

The booming electricity prices and falling cost of solar panels have made many households turn to rooftop solar units. With the gaining popularity of solar power, […]

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Solar Battery Performance Calculator

Choosing the right battery size is most important for maximizing the benefits of your solar power system. A number of intrinsic factors influence this selection. As […]

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Is solar powered road a reality?

As early as 2014, energy experts have come up with the idea of replacing tarmac on roads with solar panels, as part of combating climate change. […]

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 What time of day do solar panels work best?

With the hike in energy prices, more and more people are turning to solar energy as a viable option to power their homes and businesses. While […]

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Asia-Pacific 2021 Financial Times

Regen Power ranked as 326th High Growth Company in Asia-Pacific 2021 by Financial Times

The Financial Times declared Asia-Pacific High Growth Companies 2021 ranking. This is a list of 500 companies in the Asia-Pacific region that have achieved the highest […]

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Is solar panel installation worthy of investment?

Is solar panel installation worthy of investment? This is an oft-repeated question faced by the solar power business of Western Australia. With the cry for energy […]

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