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How many solar panels can power a house?

Once you understand how solar works, the next question would be how many solar panels you need to get the most benefit out of the sun. Solar is not one-size fits all solution Whilst solar does help you save on energy charges, it is recommended…

The rise of energy bills over the last 10 years

The rise of energy bills has caused an incredible strain on thousands of Australian households. Enormous rate increases by energy retailers have resulted in thousands of households facing power disconnections because of unpaid bills. Over two…

Benefits of Installing Solar

State Government-funded rebates or subsidies and Federal financial incentives for installing solar would prompt many to think, what are the benefits of installing solar, what will it do for me? Here are the benefits of installing solar explained.  Save…

Summer of Solar

Longer daylight hours and warmer temperatures mean that not only will the sun be more prevalent but will shine for a longer period of the day – perfect for your solar. Welcome to the summer of solar.  How does solar help save on energy costs?…

Is Your Solar System Ready For Summer?

With Summer only a small leap from the bustling winter chill, if you have a solar system installed on your roof, it is important to get your system ready for when summer begins. Leon Siebel, Co-founder and Head of Communications at Sunbank…

Solar Victoria Government Rebate

The Victorian State Government have committed themselves to the affordability of household energy. The Solar Victoria Solar Panel Rebate Scheme aims to help households to install solar technology on the home to reduce growing energy bills. Under…

Where To Install Your Rooftop Solar

Being new to solar you may be unsure how your roof can play a huge part in the efficiency of your new solar system; so, Leon Siebel, Co-founder and Head of Communications at Sunbank Solar has put together these tips to explain how your roof…

Could Western Australia Be Saying Goodbye To The Upfront Solar Subsidy?

Upfront solar subsidies could be an incentive of the past, with startling new enquiries lead by Energy Minister Ben Wyatt who has spoken out about supporting the ultimate scrapping of or reduction of upfront solar subsidies for Western Australia. Energy…

Victoria Feed-In Tariff Changes

As of July 1 2018, the Victorian feed-in tariff has changed to reflect a new and revised time-varying tariff, this is a result of a revised feed-in tariff structure by the Victorian Essential Services Commission (ESC). A feed-in tariff is the…