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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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Solar Panel Maintenance Requirements

May 29, 2020

Solar Panels in Busselton can last for 25 to 30 years, but without proper care, its efficiency can be reduced significantly. If you want to take advantage of bigger energy savings and contribute to the environment, maintenance of your solar panels is ideal. Most providers have warranties and maintenance packages in place, but it’s best…

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Busselton Council Adds Solar Panels to Their Facilities

May 29, 2020

Busselton is a city in Western Australia about 230 kilometres south of Perth, with a population of nearly 40,000. The Busselton City Council is also one of the many local governments in Australia pushing for more solar energy production in its area. In its latest series of installations of rooftop photovoltaic (PV) arrays, the city…

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Do Solar Panels Work on Cloudy Days?

April 21, 2020

How Solar Panels Work Solar panels in Busselton are excellent sources of renewable energy. In simple terms, they utilise the power of sunlight to generate electricity. In more technical terms, solar panels contain several photovoltaic (PV) cells. When sunlight hits the PV cells, photons from the former dislodge electrons from the latter, generating a flow…

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How to Make the Most of Your Solar Panels

April 21, 2020

Solar panels in Busselton are great ways of generating electricity. They used to be prohibitively expensive, but now prices have gone down. With this, an increasing number of Aussies retrofit their homes with solar panels to save on their power bills. It’s not just economical, but eco-friendly as well. So if your home has solar,…

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Busselton Shire Energy Strategy

March 26, 2020

What is the Busselton Shire Energy Strategy? The Busselton Shire Energy Strategy is a plan developed by the town council. In the future, the city plans to cut back on carbon emissions and reduce energy costs. Why? The city wants to reduce its carbon footprint and maximise benefits to ratepayers by lowering energy costs and…

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