Printed Solar Cells To Stick On Your Roof, Wall And Windows

Solar power harnessing technologies are moving forward in various forms, and are expected to have a significant impact on the accessibility and affordability of electricity for everyone on the planet.In recent years, there has been rapid growth in research aimed at enhancing solar cell efficiency, and now there’s more renewed interest in the design and development of printed organic solar cells, thanks to the fact that they are solution ...

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Solar Feed-in Tariff Cutback – Could it be possible in 2018?

Posted on June 8, 2018

Energy experts have warned of a possible over-supply of solar energy to the grid during periods of low demand. The question is, will this lead to another solar feed-in tariff cutback?One of the top energy experts in Australia says governments need to reform the way feed-in tariffs are paid to homeowners or else the high uptake of solar energy might compel them to slash back.The latest data from the Clean Energy Regulator ...

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Product Review: Wattcost Home Energy Monitor

Many of you have probably heard about home energy monitoring devices and I’ve seen my fair share over the years. Most are hobby type products, that are invariably difficult to install, unreliable and do not show accurate electricity costs with network charges, let alone real-time energy use and solar savings.And then, there’s expensive add-on monitoring systems provided by some inverter manufacturers and energy retailers that monitor ...

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Brisbane Airport installs the biggest ever rooftop solar system

By August 2018, Brisbane Airport will have installed a 6MW rooftop solar system, the largest in the country.The newly acquired solar PV system is expected to generate in excess of 9.3 million kWh per year. Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) says this will be adequate to power 1,700 Australian households for one full year.The huge 6MW solar system will feature 22,000 panels installed around six of the airport sites. The project requires more ...

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Tesla vs. BMW i8 for NSW Police investment

The BMW i8 and Tesla Model S are simply futuristic and a real game changer for the high-powered fleet. Both boast rechargeable battery packs, and come loaded with six figure price tags. They are also manufactured by the world’s technology intensive, forward looking brands.

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Negative Feedback and How to Deal With It

Connecting and engaging with current and prospective customers on social networks is a fantastic way for a brand to show its human side, establish trust and loyalty as well as increase its awareness, traffic and ultimately sales. As we know it, an engaged social media following comes with regular posts of questions, and comments on your page talking about what they like (or dislike) about your brand.Ideally, your social media page can be ...

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5 fears every salesman must overcome to be successful in sales

Posted on November 7, 2016

FDR, a renowned leader once said, “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” At the time, he was referring to war and political issues. Regardless of that, the same old saying does so perfectly, apply to sales.When it comes to sales, facing your fears isn’t any easy walk in the park. And I get it. But did you know that nearly all the things you are afraid of will never happen? Fear is simply emotions emanating from peptides ...

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Coal industry suffers as demand falls short of supply

Posted on October 31, 2016

2015 is fast becoming a big year for both the global oil and coal industries. Up until mid-last year, oil prices hovered over $100 per barrel, but with its excessive production paired with falling demand, the prices have significantly plunged by almost 50%. The coal industry has also been struggling. The fall in prices which was initially thought to be temporary has persisted, and due to a similar over-production of supply, coal continues to ...

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The Problem with Australia’s National Electricity Market

Australia is an industrialized country and one of those where greenhouse gas emissions have gone through the roof as much as 29 tons per year. In the last 20 years amount of emissions that are generated per dollar of GDP are increased, this has made it emission intensive economy holder.The biggest source for the addition of greenhouse gas to the system was the electricity generation and it contributed 34% in 2005 to emit these gasses ...

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Is Your Power Company Ripping You Off?

The wholesale cost of electricity is almost always the focus of power companies when asked why energy costs are rising. The reason for this focus is it's the one cost that your power company can blame on you.As energy consumers, we are told that if we reduce our consumption and increase energy efficiency we will see direct savings in our next electricity bill. This leads us to believe that rising electricity costs are purely a result of ...

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