May News Letter

Our Latest Newsletter: The TESLA Powerwall retrofit solution has arrived in Australia! + 7 ways to maximise your solar investment It’s Helena from Keen 2B Green with our latest Solar News. A common misconception from our prospective customers is that since the reduction in feed in tariffs, solar just isn’t worth it. However, with the right advice and with the initial cost of installing solar at an all time low there are still excellent savings to be made. The difference ...

May 19th, 2016|

7 Ways to Maximise Your Solar Investment

After investing in a domestic solar system, most homeowners look to ensure that it’s working as hard as it can, so that it not only meets their power needs, but also helps them save as much money as possible. Here are 7 ways you can maximise your solar efficiency and minimise the amount of energy you have to buy from the grid.

April 29th, 2016|

Transparent Panels: The Future of Solar Power is Clear

One of the biggest hurdles facing large-scale adoption of solar power is the intrusive nature of solar panels. Wouldn’t it be great if someone invented a solar panel that doesn’t look like a solar panel and actually forms part of the building’s structure?

April 16th, 2016|

A Guide to Solar Panel Maintenance

Solar systems contain no moving parts, so little maintenance is required compared to other kinds of installations. But it is important that they remain clean and operating efficiently, so that they produce the amount of energy they are designed to produce.

March 1st, 2016|

2015’s Best Solar Inventions

Solar technology is undoubtedly one of the most exciting forms of clean energy available. The mainstream uptake of solar technology and keen interest in experimenting with solar power has led to numerous innovations and inventions. With 2015 now over, it’s time to review some of the most inspiring solar innovations it brought us. Powered by clean, green energy from the sun, these are five notable solar inventions from 2015.

January 27th, 2016|

SMA launches cost-effective and flexible inverter for high-voltage Batteries including the Tesla Powerwall

SMA Solar Technology AG (SMA) is launching a new high-voltage battery compatible inverter for private households. The Sunny Boy Storage ensures the cost-effective, easy and flexible integration of storage solutions into new or existing photovoltaic systems. SMA is aiming to lend added momentum to the global growth market for stationary battery-storage systems.

January 26th, 2016|