Installing solar is great for the environment but what happens to the solar equipment like panels, inverters and batteries, when they get damaged, stop working effectively or are at the end of their life? We can’t (and should not) just throw them in the bin for them to end up in landfill.
We made it through the year!
Our thoughts are with everyone and, at this time of year, we would like to show our gratitude and reflect on 20 positives 2020 delivered. Here is our list of 20 positives that we’d like to share with you.
Exciting news! EnergyAustralia plan to acquire 100% of Echo Group, trading as eko energy. This reinforces Echo Group’s position as a reliable, long term and stable partner for each and every one of our customers.
eko energy have an extremely strong focus on health and safety in our office and on our work sites. We take safety seriously and, to that end, recently appointed a Health, Safety and Environment Manager, Travis Cameron and a Field Service Manager, Keith Aggus.
Topics: neighbourhood solar
The end of August is fast approaching, and with it, the second month of the Victorian solar battery rebate. While the solar rebate was quickly snatched up in record timing, the battery rebate remains open for applications and is a generous offer for eligible households.
The new financial year brings big changes and one of the most important changes are the Victorian Default Offer and the price cap in NSW, SA and south-east QLD.
Topics: electricity price