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First Cross Border Solar Plant Planned

In a possible world first, Israel and Jordan are evaluating the possibility of working together on a project based in Israel, that would supply solar energy into Jordan’s currently unreliable electrical network。 The planned solar farm, which will comprise 50MW of tracked solar panels, is likely to occupy 100 hectares。 Installed on an exhausted mine, this is an innovative form of site remediation and repurposing。 If successful, the project could be the start of regional cooperation efforts with electricity supplied to the energy networks。。。

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A bright solar future

Solar energy is an industry that has evolved, and will continue to evolve, like no other.  At it’s heart are two basic concepts: the essential need of energy, and human curiosity. It’s clear that we all need energy, and therefore all and any steps to reduce the cost of energy using solar power will benefit the whole world, a double win that reduces air pollution and improves living standards. At the same time, for many people it improves energy independence (for island nations for example), delivers access to clean water (solar...

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Clear broken promises from the COALition government

The government has broken its promises with regard to supporting Renewable Energy in this country. Sydney solar panel installations will likely reduce as a result of the changes to solar rebates. Hardest to swallow Most reasonable adults can accept that in society there will be a variety of views, different to our own. And that governments will be elected to represent a majority position on those views. Governments should then strike a balance between the long term interests of the country, and the popular views of the electorate. What is...

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Solar Panel Rebate Changes – More information

More information has come to hand about the government’s proposed changes to federally managed solar incentives, known as STCs or RECs. Solar rebates are funded by large coal power stations, large power users, and a modest contribution from all electricity bills – not the budget.  These incentives for installing solar panels have led to many Sydney families going solar, mostly in less affluent areas. Now, changes to the solar rebates are planned. Some of the changes  to PV rebates can be done without going to the senate, such as...

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RET Review – more rebate cuts for solar coming

Only in Australia could you get away with putting a fox in charge of the review of henhouses. A fiscally responsible government is to be welcomed, but not one that cuts programs that aren’t even funded from the government. The government is hell bent on stopping these renewables, even thought they don’t cost the government budget one cent. So, they put a climate change sceptic and former coal power station boss on a committee to rule on whether renewables are worth supporting! Surprise!!  The former fossil fuel fanboys have...

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Electrical Recalls – None affect Greenforce Customers

大发体育In recent times, there have been several recalls in the electrical industry. These recalls do not affect Greenforce Energy customers At Greenforce, our difference is that we build solar systems up to a standard, and not down to a price. We insist on using reliable reputable products from distribution channels that are well supported. Customer safety is our number 1 priority For this reason, we use Solar DC isolators that are made in Europe by established manufacturers with decades of experience. Cable comes from our partners at Metal...

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Jinko Solar maintains positive trend with Q2 results

Leading major Chinese solar manufacturer (and Greenforce supplier) Jinko Solar today announced Q2 2014 results, and confirmed the company is on track for another year of profitable, sustainable business. “I am pleased to report our fifth consecutive quarter of profitability, as we confidently look towards the second half of the year,” commented Mr.  Kangping Chen ,JinkoSolar’s Chief Executive Officer. “We gained considerable momentum during the quarter. Total revenues increased 20.8% sequentially and 37.8%...

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Australia’s largest solar farm completed with Jinko panels

Australia’s largest solar farm, the 20MW Royalla project, has been completed outside Canberra, using solar panels from Jinko Solar。 Jinko Solar are currently leading the large project installation market around the world, with the largest projects currently installed in Australia, Chile, Asia, and Italy (as at July 2014)。 The farm was built by ACCIONA, a global construction firm, for the ultimate owner FRV。 Importantly, the project was funded by global Australian banks NAB and ANZ, under syndicated project finance。 This marks the first。。。

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Renesola announces partnership with Panasonic

Renesola confirmed recently that it will be supplying 3.4 megawatts of solar panels to projects arranged by Panasonic in North America. Renesola panels received exceptionally favourable test results from the California Energy Commission prior to winning this project.

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Water from air: What will they think of next?

With news today that Australian scientist Edward Linacre has one the Dyson award for innovation,  we embark on another short journey in our series on bio-mimicry。 Edward’s invention is unlike most previous ‘plant mimicking’ water collection efforts, in that his inspiration was a desert beetle that collects dew off its back with a unique cellular structure。 Plant mimicking devices typically feature a large fan type funnel structure, such as illustrated in the picture on the left。 His inspiration, the Namib Desert Beetle。。。

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