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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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Solar Energy to Power Endeavour Energy Facilities

Distribution Network Service Provider (DNSP), Endeavour Energy has announced plans to harness solar power across 13 of its sites, totalling 1.9MW, proudly installed by Todae Solar. This is enough to power around 400 homes and will support the energy consumption of its head office...
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The Rise of Corporate Solar PPAs in Australia

According to analysis from Energetics, corporate power purchase agreements (PPAs) have supported the development of nearly 3.5GW of renewable projects in Australia. Since 2016 the Australian PPA market has seen huge uptake, with businesses wanting to receive cheaper electricity...
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Bethanie Aged Care Reduces Electricity Bills by Over 50% at Joondanna Facility with Solar Energy

Todae Solar adds another client to its Aged Care Portfolio as Bethanie Aged Care completes its latest 100kW solar system at its Joondanna site in Western Australia. This site is included in a multi-site rollout totalling 830kW and covering eight of its facilities. This solar...
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Fossil Fuel Giants Predict Renewables will Become Primary Energy Source within 20 Years

Some of the world’s largest oil, gas a coal giants are backing away from fossil fuels in preparation for a renewable future. One of the largest oil and gas giants, BP, recently predicted that within 20 years renewable energy will become the world’s main source of power, in...
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Parties Release their Climate Pledges Ahead of Upcoming Elections

The Morrison government has now promised $2 billion to the Emissions Reduction Fund over 10 years, as well as 2,500 grants totalling $50m for businesses and community organisations for energy efficiency projects. These policies attempt to redress climate change concerns being...
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Renewable Energy Standing Firm during Heatwave

With the recent news that January was one of the hottest months ever recorded in Australia, it’s no surprise that there’s been enormous pressure on the grid to provide consistent, reliable energy. The Bureau of Meteorology on Friday reported that Australia experienced its hottest...
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Todae Solar Volunteers at the Loaves and Fishes Restaurant

The Project Development team at Todae Solar recently volunteered at the Exodus Foundation to prepare and serve lunch for over 300 of the charity’s patrons. The Exodus Foundation offers food services, healthcare, social health & outreach programs and arts & activities. As...
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Australian Poultry Industry Enjoying the Benefits of Commercial Solar Energy

In late 2017, Australia’s #1 commercial solar installer, Todae Solar, completed a 320kW rooftop solar system for Pace Farm at its Minchinbury site. The installation is in addition to the 3.5MW of solar panels Todae Solar has previously installed for poultry farms across...
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Todae Solar Enhances Leading Australian Commercial Solar Position with Investment from Sunseap*

Sunseap Group, Southeast Asia’s leading sustainable energy provider, has acquired a minority stake in Todae Solar, one of Australia’s largest solar commercial and industrial engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) companies*. The strategic partnership will provide further...
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The Verdict is in: Renewables are the Cheapest Source of New-Build Energy

Renewables will soon overtake coal as the cheapest form of energy generation in Australia according to a recent study from CSIRO and the energy market operator. Although existing fossil fuel plants still provide cheap power when ignoring the sunk cost of building them, investing...
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The Journey to Becoming Australia’s Number One Commercial Solar Installer

Todae Solar has become a multi-award winning solar installer with an impressive client portfolio and an unwavering commitment to quality, with 2018 being its 15th year in operation. With over 90MW of commercial solar power installed nationally and some of Australia’s largest MW...
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Australian Rooftop Solar Up 33% Over Past Year

According to the Solar Trends Report released by the Australian PV Institute, rooftop solar PV has increased by around 33% over the past year, and could provide up to 14% of the grid’s electricity by 2023. The reasons for the increase have been attributed to a surge in businesses...
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Australia on Track to Achieve 78% Renewable Energy Generation by 2030, According to Recent Report

Based on current projections, Labor’s proposed 50% commitment to renewable energy could turn out to be unambitious. Green Energy Markets’ latest Renewable Energy Index claims that if renewables continue to be deployed at the rate since 2017, Australia would be on track to...
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Will Recent News Put an End to Government’s Alleged Support for Coal?

Recent news brings into question how much longer the current government’s alleged affinity for coal will remain a feasible position. The Clean Energy Council has criticised the government’s recent consultation paper on Underwriting New Generation Investments on a number of...
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How the Manufacturing Sector is Reducing Electricity Bills by up to 60% with Solar Energy

Due to high daytime electricity use and rising energy costs, the manufacturing sector has been increasingly seeking solar solutions to reduce their energy bills. Previous customers have overwhelmingly cited reducing electricity bills as the primary reason for seeking solar energy...
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