Australia’s energy future is currently challenged with uncertainties across supply and government policy which is driving energy prices to record levels. With the rise of renewable energy, businesses are now provided with new options for energy sup
With current and forecast increases in the price of conventional electricity and growing concern over the instability of the electricity market, many businesses are in unchartered waters when dealing with their energy requirements moving forward and
In its recent Electricity Forecasting Insights, the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) has forecast electricity consumption rates to remain flat, despite a projected 30% increase in population. AEMO points to the uptake in distributed solar gen
Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) recently reported that 8 out of 10 Australian consumers believe big business should be using more renewable energy. In addition, the report states that more than three-quarters of consumers said they would c
Falling costs and improved technology are making solar an appealing energy option for business.
Originally published in the Australian Financial Review.
Last year, when Adelaide Airport won recognition for its efforts to manage carbon emissio
As businesses around Australia devise new approaches to reduce their operating costs while simultaneously generating business; we highlight how solar energy will do both and give you a standout reason to make the switch.
Business owners are educat
Solar energy is fundamental to any sustainable economy. Here at Solgen Energy Group, we want to be part of the conversations that spark change and set your business up to grow, both financially and sustainably.
Purchasing a solar power system is l
It is not surprising that the volume of solar in businesses is increasing as a result of systems providing strong financial returns. Capex is no longer a barrier to gaining the benefits of solar power for businesses across Australia. As well as savi
A record number of businesses across Australia have purchased solar power systems in the last three months according to Clean Energy Regulator data.
We anticipate that this is a result of reduced financial incentives from 1 January 2017 and the s
Microsolve has appointed Solgen Energy to install a 18kW solar power system at its Wollongong premises.
This commercial solar power system will generate 26MWh of sun powered electricity for the IT business. It will also offset more than 18 tonne