Schools Clean Up Day 2020

Friday 28th February marks the annual Schools Clean Up Day. This is a great opportunity to inspire students about the impact pollution has on their local environment. A study conducted by The National Environmental Protection Council shows…

South Australia leads the way in renewable energy

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South Australia is leading the charge in Australia’s switch to renewable energy, shifting faster than any other state or territory. Having set ambitious renewable energy targets to reach by 2030, South Australia have shown throughout 2019…

Your guide to solar jargon

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Solar doesn’t have to be complicated. We’ve designed this handy jargon buster to help you understand terminology used by solar energy providers. Terminology Definition Alternating Current (AC) Alternating Current is the…

How we are helping South Australians reduce their energy bills

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Can solar reduce your energy bills? Absolutely it can. Here at SouthAus Solar, we’re helping customers in South Australia achieve energy bill savings by reducing their grid dependence. Keep reading to learn how you can save on your electricity…
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Is the company you’re dealing with ISO 9001 certified?

The International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) are a group of professionals who work together to provide companies with worldwide standards they can use to enhance their management systems. Amongst the many standards the ISO have…
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How a Solar Battery can Protect you in a Blackout

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These days, we are so heavily reliant on power. We use it to heat our food, warm our water, connect to the internet and entertain our kids. Power is used for almost everything we do. South Australian households need their power now more than…

Why now is the best time to install solar

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Spring is an excellent time for South Australians to install solar. With a scorching hot summer ahead there’ll be plenty of long days and sunshine to take advantage of helping households reduce their bills with solar power. Here are a few…

Considerations before making the switch to solar

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Solar power has proven itself to be an excellent way to decrease both a household’s electricity bills and carbon footprint. If you’re thinking about making the switch to solar power, there are a few important things to consider first.
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Why should I install a solar battery in South Australia?

More than 2 million Aussie homes are enjoying the benefits of rooftop solar systems and the average homes system size is continuing to grow. More than 20% of Australian homes are taking advantage of solar energy to power their appliances, helping…