Monthly Archives: November 2021

Take charge of your energy security

Whether it’s down to wild weather or simply the multitude of pressures on the grid, blackouts are a part of life and taking...

The decade of energy storage has arrived

The energy storage decade has arrived. That is, at least according to energy market analysts BloombergNEF (BNEF)'s forecast there will 1 terawatt-hour (TWh)...

By ChrisWilliams | November 22nd, 2021 | Categories: Home Energy Storage

ReinCARnation: How repurposing and recycling batteries could change the game

Batteries are everywhere around us, they’re in our pockets, they’re in our cars and they’re in our landfill. And yet, when it comes...

By Blake Matich | November 17th, 2021 | Categories: General Solar

EV integration: The role for batteries on wheels

Electric vehicles (EVs) have gone from boxy to cool in just a few years – even government ministers are now lining up for...

By ChrisWilliams | November 15th, 2021 | Categories: General Solar

EV integration: The role for batteries on wheels

Electric vehicles have gone from boxy to cool in just a few years – even government ministers are now lining up for photo...

By ChrisWilliams | November 15th, 2021 | Categories: Home Energy Storage

Is “off-grid” better off?

According to modelling undertaken by the Australian Energy Market Operator and the CSIRO, the price of batteries is falling faster than any other...

By ChrisWilliams | November 15th, 2021 | Categories: General Solar, Solar News

Australia basks in 3 million rooftop solar milestone, but dark clouds loom

While conflicting messages come from state and federal politicians, Aussie householders are taking climate action into their own hands and installing rooftop solar...

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These costs are based on the SA Power network in Adelaide but prices may vary depending on your circumstances. This comparison assumes a general energy usage of 4000kWh/year for a residential customer on Energy Locals Time of Use Tariff – (TOU – Peak, Off-Peak & Solar Sponge).

The reference price is set by the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) for a financial year in relation to electricity supply to residential customers in the distribution region and is based on an assumed annual usage amount. Any difference between the reference price and the unconditional price of a plan is expressed as a percentage more or less than the reference price. The terms of any conditional discounts are shown, along with any further difference between the reference price and the discount applied if a condition is met, expressed as a percentage more or less than the reference price.