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RCD Switch: Working Mechanism and Types Explained

April 27, 2021

What is an RCD Safety Switch? RCD stands for Residual Current Device. It is an electrical device that prevents electrical risks and hazards from happening. Therefore, it is a lifesaver as it prevents electric shock, fires, and electrocution. Basically, they cut off power promptly during electrical faults hence preventing hazards.  Related Post: Why does an…

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How to Prevent Electrical Hazards in the Workplace

December 18, 2020

Introduction “Accidents happen” is a phrase we hear all too often – and frequently with sad or even tragic results. This is a pity as common sense and practicality can prevent these incidents from occurring. As an Employer, What Should You Do? Proper maintenance of equipment and training your staff to ensure the safe use…

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Solar Panel Installation Process

December 14, 2020

Taking advantage of the sun – one of the best natural resources for energy – for your home is a wise choice. It will save you thousands of dollars in the years to come. However, if you’re anxious that the installation of a solar panel system may be too complicated, here’s a step-by-step guide to…

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Ways to Save Energy in Your Home This Summer

December 10, 2020

Ways to Save Energy this Summer #1 : Reassess Your Home Go around your house and check for the following: If cold air can leak through gaps under your doorways or in between windows and have them blocked up, If your appliances are on standby mode, in which case disconnect the power at the wall…

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How to Get Solar Power Installed in Your Home?

December 8, 2020

Introduction Renewable energy is a catchphrase we’ve all heard often enough over the past decade. But it’s a catchphrase that is rapidly becoming a daily reality in the lives of many Australians.  Many are making the jump to more sustainable ways of powering their homes and communities, including making the switch to solar power. However,…

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Things You Should Ask Your Electrician

September 29, 2020

When you’re choosing to hire a licensed electrician in Busselton, you will want to look for extensive experience backed up by solid credentials and professional references. They should also have a good professional attitude and be able to communicate with you clearly about what you need to be done. Also read: Tips for Choosing the…

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Electrical Safety Tips at Home

September 29, 2020

We enjoy electricity 24/7, but we should also be wary of electrical accidents at home. There should always be safety mechanisms so that everyone can enjoy electrical services, but still be safe from harm each day. Circuit breakers and safety fuses can even protect children, who are most at risk. However, some accidents still happen.…

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Western Power Opens Vasse Depot

July 24, 2020

In February last year, Western Power launched a new state-of-the-art depot in Vasse Business Park, providing better power services to the entire South West region. The company invested $10 million in this servicing infrastructure that caters to Western Power personnel. Here, all the required maintenance work and network upgrades for the region’s power grid are…

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New Solar Initiative in Vasse

July 24, 2020

Renewable gas provider ATCO Gas Australia has championed a research and development project that will place Vasse residents at the forefront of a greener and more sustainable future.  The project aims to reduce the region’s electric capacity issues, eliminate blackouts, and reduce overall energy bills for households. By combining natural gas generators, battery storages, and…

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Busselton Energy Facts

July 24, 2020

The Busselton area, which has the postcode 6280, is home to almost 25,000 people. It has several small-scale solar power systems present, which, as of 30 April 2020, has a collective capacity of nearly 19,000 kilowatts (kW). The area has a relatively high density of solar installations – an estimated 36 solar panel systems for…

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