Energy saving tips – 5 ways to save!

It’s simple – the easiest way to save on your energy costs is to adjust your consumption habits. Making small changes around the home can help you save a significant amount on your next energy bill. Try our energy saving tips: Avoid heating rooms that you aren’t using, keep doors

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Renewable Energy Australia

Can Australia lead the world in renewable energy?

Australia has an amazing opportunity to lead the world in renewable energy. With significant mineral wealth, we are one of the richest countries in the world and while we don’t have the market size necessary to develop large scale industry for renewable energy, we do have an abundance of wind, geo-thermal,

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Governments need to opt in or out of renewable energy

Over the past 5-10 years, the renewable energy market has experienced a roller coaster of a ride. This is particularly evident in countries including Australia, where a lack of long-term planning and strategic vision from our government has seen the renewable energy industry (in particular the Solar PV sector) experience

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Setec launches BM PRO at Europe’s No. 1 trade show for caravans

Setec will be travelling half way around the globe this August to attend Caravan Salon Düsseldorf and proudly launch our world leading range of battery management solutions – BMPRO. Caravanning enthusiasts will have ten days to discover new vehicle models, smart upgrade options and innovative accessories for their recreational vehicles.

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Customers and networks want to take control!

A fine balance of needs and wants is starting to develop between users of electricity and energy networks/retailers.  Average households, of which there are now over nine million in Australia, have had little power in the past over their electricity use. This has since changed with greater consumer education and product

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West Australian feed in tariff to remain untouched

The Premier of the Governing WA Liberal party yesterday announced that the West Australian State Government has reversed its decision to cut the feed in tariff by 10 cents a year after receiving significant public outcry. While the unfavourable decision was expected to save $51 million – public backlash and

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