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The SIX do’s and don’ts for buying solar

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Renewables are the way of the future, with solar being the most cost-effective renewable we have. However, it can be a tough choice when choosing the right person to install your solar. No one wants to be another statistic of a dodgy install job. That’s why its important to be informed and choose the right...

Risen undertakes Western Australia’s largest solar project in our sun-rich wheatbelt

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Western Australian consumers can have full confidence buying Risen Energy Solar panels as the company has recently invested in a massive 132MW solar farm in Merriden WA. To put into perspective, that equates to around 26,500 x 5kWh Solar PV systems (5kWh = standard sized residential solar PV system). In addition, because the system is...

Is time running out for Solar in Perth metro?

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Is time running out for Solar in Perth metro? Western Power Solar rejections have begun and it is not just the beginning they are on the rise. Incase you are “Solar free” and have not experienced a Western Power approval process, this is the mandatory process of applying for the installation of a Solar system...

Village Kitchen – Clean NRG Solar Perth Commercial Case Study

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Village Kitchen – Clean NRG Solar Perth Commercial Case Study Specifications: 36kW Solar PV system, 138 x BenQ 260 Watt Panels, 1 x 10kW and 1 x 20 kW Fronius Sumo Inverters, North aspect. The Village Kitchen is a local, family owned manufacturer of both cook-chill and frozen portion control desserts, stewed and pureed fruits as...

Buyer beware telemarketing and door knocking by solar retailers in Perth

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It is conceived within many industries, including the Solar industry, that door knocking and cold calling is not a reputable method of marketing. Clean NRG Solar has experienced an increase in the number of complaints about Solar companies telemarketing and door knocking on Perth doors. The problem with these forms of marketing is that they...

Clean NRG & ‘Switch your thinking’ solar partnership

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Switch your thinking has partnered with Clean NRG to offer home and business owners in Switch your thinking Council areas a 15% discount on solar installation and a 20% for businesses. The campaign promotes community energy efficiency, resource conservation and reduced green house gas emissions in the Perth Metropolitan area.  Residential Solar: Install a high quality solar...

Solar Energy Rebates | Clean NRG

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Buying new solar panels can be tricky if you have no idea what you’re looking for. That’s why we compiled a list of the most common mistakes people make when purchasing solar panels, so you can avoid them when you go out and buy your own system. Of course, it’s understandable that buying solar panels...

Perth’s Bright Future for Solar Energy

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The Solar storage revolution… “From our research on green innovation, we think chances are high that we are seeing some revolutionary innovations here in Perth that will be globally significant” says Peter Newman, Jemma Green and Josh Byrne. Read the full article on Perth’s Bright Future for Solar Energy.

Solar energy rebates for business | Clean NRG

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1. Bigger is not always better If you are not using the power as its produced, the excess flows to the grid and you loose two thirds of its value. To size a system correctly it is important that we review your power bills for a complete year and consider your day time usage when...

Clean NRG awarded Clean Energy Council’s Approved Retailer Status

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Clean NRG Solar is proud to announce Clean Energy Council’s (CEC) Approved Retailer Status every year for the last 5 years. Clean NRG Solar is one of the selected few businesses who have made this commitment to the code. It is designed to give consumers peace of mind when making the decision to invest in...

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