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The re-elected Andrews Labor Government is putting power back into the hands of Victorians with a $40 million program to provide half price solar batteries for 10,000 households that already have solar panels. Unlike the previous Liberal Government that tried to privatise Victoria’s power industry, this plan will actually lower your electricity bills by reducing the costs of the solar panels, inverters and batteries you need.
Schools and universities are turning to renewable energy too, as cheap electricity from solar undercuts the fossil fuel business model. Dame Nellie Melba College, for example, has installed a 70 kW solar array to power its campus and use the energy as a teaching tool.
Despite substantial pushback from the Scott Morrison government, the trend toward solar is gaining momentum. A 52-unit apartment block in Preston, for example, has connected its rooftop to a microgrid that uses Allume energy distribution technology to share the roof generated and battery-stored solar power between all of the apartments.
The project is part of Energise Gippsland, a community solar program designed to help transition our region to 100 per cent renewable energy by tapping into the power of the sun. It offers impartial guidance and support to anyone interested in going solar, whether it’s high-quality roof-top solar panels, storage batteries, smart inverters or solar hot water systems at bulk-buy prices – with an option to buy Australian-made.