Commercial property owners seeking to install solar panels under long-term purchase agreements have received a boost, with the state government announcing cuts to licensing red tape for providers.
Archives for August 2016
We’ve got the sun, wind and waves – and a knack for innovation. Anyone can see that Australia is the “lucky country” when it comes to renewable energy. But beyond the façade, there are solid studies to back up the commercial and technical case. Is it anything more than hype and blue sky thinking when […]
This month we use an Olympics theme to share some lessons and insights on how your organisation can use energy as a one percenter to get to the podium – winning medals in lowering costs, generating new revenue and reducing emissions. In business, like sport, there is a constant striving to get better. Some results […]
With so many solar retailers out there, how do you separate the competition and decide which company “wins” your business? Approved Solar Retailers have signed onto the Clean Energy Council’s (CEC) voluntary Code of Conduct – giving their clients a peace of mind that competitors may not be able to provide. The Clean Energy Council […]
It only happens every four years: The Olympics are just around the corner. But there’s no excuse to wait for another one to roll around before you adopt good energy management practices. Like a long distance runner, you need to burn energy to be in the race but ensure that it’s not wasted – use […]
Fertiliser and property magnate Vikas Rambal is making a move into renewable energy, buying a 50 per cent stake in Enigin WA, which will build the state’s largest built environment solar panel installation at his Northam Boulevard shopping centre.