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St Vincent’s Health Australia to install 790kW extra solar power

Todae Solar and St Vincent’s Health Australia are furthering their relationship with the upcoming rollout of an additional 790kW solar to be installed. Situated across five sites in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria, the additional solar installations will bring the...
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Macadamias and Solar – A Perfect Mix

As the world’s largest processor of macadamias, the Macadamia Processing Company has recently switched on a 600kW solar system, designed and installed by Todae Solar. The task of processing between 10-13,000 metric tonnes of macadamias annually is no mean feat, and requires...
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Solar Energy That Can Take You to Around the World

With Australia’s wholesale electricity prices among the highest across the globe, now is the time to install solar for your organisation. A commercial solar system for your business has the potential to make considerable savings from your electricity bill, whilst also...
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Renewable energy overtakes coal as the cheapest form of energy in Australia

According to analysis from Bloomberg New Energy Finance, cheaper solar and wind power generation has resulted in the end of cheap coal energy generation in Australia. This has happened much sooner than expected due to current economic conditions, as well as rising costs of coal...
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Climate Change Policy at the Forefront of this Year’s Federal Election

The 2019 Federal Election this coming Saturday has been touted as one of the most important for climate change and energy policy in recent history. All three major parties have announced their energy and climate change policies ahead of what is expected to be a tight race. At the...
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Renewables Replacing Hazelwood Capacity with Ease

Additional renewable energy capacity has now replaced the electricity output generated by the recently closed Hazelwood power station in just two summers. Since the closure of the coal fired power station in March 2017, the rapid growth of renewables in Australia has eased the...
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UNSW Leading the Way in New Solar Module Efficiency Developments

University of New South Wales (UNSW) researchers have recently claimed yet another record for developing one of the world’s most efficient solar modules. The United State’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) recently published a chart dating back to 1988 of the...
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Australian Rooftop Solar Exceeds Expectations in Q1 2019

In the first quarterly report for 2019 conducted by analysts at Green Energy Markets, it was reported that Australian rooftop solar installations continue to exceed expectations. During the March quarter, there was almost a 50% increase in the number of small scale rooftop solar...
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