In Victoria the VEEC rebates now beat LGCs every time

Changes under the Victorian Energy Upgrades Program (VEU) means it is now possible to claim VEECs (Victorian Energy Efficiency Certificates) instead of LGCs (Large Generation Certificates). With changes to the VEU Specification in December 2020 Solar PV systems no longer need to export limiters in place, that coupled with the substantial increase in VEEC price […]

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What is Renewable Energy?

Renewable energy is a source of power that is collected from natural resources and replenished on a human timescale, such as wind, sunlight, rain, waves, tides and geothermal heat. In most cases, it is a source of power that will never run out.┬áMany of these renewable energies support renewable energy technologies that in turn, aid […]

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The towering power of energy savings schemes

The energy that would be saved if homes and businesses were prompted to upgrade their systems is enough to offset the closure of coal-fired power stations, writes Hamish McGovern. There are easy gains to be had from investing in energy efficient technology but consumers need to be pushed along. A recent report by the Energy […]

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