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The NSW Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) is considering a cut to the benchmark price for NSW feed-in tariffs, most which come from solar power.
Property developer Mirvac is planning to incorporate solar energy into one of its new apartment blocks in Brisbane. The company anticipates this will enable residents of these solar energy apartments to save up to 70 per cent on their electricity bills.
Solar power for renters? There’s a lot of talk about Australian house prices along with prices for solar panels and batteries. But what about the people who rent a house or apartment? Is it worth looking into solar panels when you don’t own a property to put them on?
Energy experts have warned of a possible over-supply of solar energy to the grid during periods of low demand. The question is, will this lead to another solar feed-in tariff cutback?
If the old adage is true and necessity is the mother of invention, then ingenuity must surely be the father.