Latest articles on commercial energy for the future
Felt the winter sting of energy bills? Here's how to avoid that this summer
The start of Spring is a breath of fresh air for all of us, especially after a bumpy few months for many businesses across Australia and New Zealand. But that fresh optimism can quickly turn sour when we see that winter energy bill pop up in our inbox or letterbox.
Three months of avoiding freezing cold and keeping the lights on through shorter days makes grid energy a costly part of running your business and keeping your team comfortable. With a hot summer just around the corner, can we expect the same again soon as the temperature climbs?
Critical Checkpoints when you're thinking about Residential Solar
So you’re thinking of residential solar for your home - Congratulations! Not only are you setting yourself up for significant savings on your energy bills, but you’re also putting yourself forward as a sustainable and environmentally-conscious Australian. But like so many technical industries with high demand, there are a few checks you’ll need to make to ensure you’ll be seeing those benefits for many years to come. Here’s the top 4 checks you need to make before you lock in your new system.
Is your energy metering telling you the truth?
Measuring energy use: It’s not something you think about every day. Rather than take a proactive approach, most businesses and individuals are content to wait for their next bill to tell them if their consumption has been high, low or average.
But how do we know what the energy bill is telling us is informed and correct? To understand this, we need to look at how energy is measured in Australia, and what data we can gather from our site to know we are paying for what we are spending.
Is COVID-19 bringing business back to Australia?
For some industries, the changes in import/export restrictions across the world mean customers are looking towards Australian businesses to provide much needed supply. What could this unexpected pivot mean for your company?
In the News: Politics, an increased tax break for businesses and the electric vehicle lie
Electric vehicles will completely disrupt the energy market and distribution grids which today would be unable to support the rapid uptake nationwide.