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Solgen Energy Group’s Covid-19 Response

4th September 2020 – Press Release     The full fallout from Covid-19 will not be properly understood until we can catch our breath without breathing through a mask. However, throughout this crisis, Solgen has taken every step to remain the reliable source of energy we have become known for by our customers and our staff. During […]

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Adelaide Hospitals choose Solgen

Solgen Energy Group has been awarded the contracts for both the Lyell McEwin Hospital 760kW and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital 389kW solar project. The Lyell McEwin Hospital is a major tertiary hospital located in Adelaide, South Australia that provides medical, surgical, diagnostic, emergency and support services to a population of more than 400,000 people living […]

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Powering ahead with new technology at Rooty Hill Station

Solgen Energy Group continues to forge ahead with projects that adapt to new opportunities within Australia’s changing energy market. The use of solar, battery storage and electric vehicle charging stations on top of the new six story commuter carpark at Rooty Hill train station brings together a solution that not only addresses the growth in […]

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What Drives us at Solgen?

  Here at Solgen Energy, we hold our values high in all that we do. We believe these values are what differentiate us and allow us to provide a superior service to our customers, as well as fostering an ideal working environment for our team. A fine example of this is our recent work in […]

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Solgen panels the pathway to La Trobe University’s ‘net zero’ ambition

In the latter half of 2019, La Trobe University (La Trobe), Victoria’s only state-wide university, set itself the ambitious goal of achieving ‘net zero’ emissions by 2029. What is more, La Trobe didn’t want to just buy its goal with emissions credits or sign a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), La Trobe wanted to walk the […]

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Solgen awarded further Cairns Regional Council solar contracts

Construction is underway on four mini solar farms, and additional roof-mounted solar panels, at five of the Cairns Region’s Waste Water Treatment Plants (WWTP). The mini solar farms will generate an estimated 2.92 gigawatt hours of energy each year, which will provide 25 per cent of the total energy requirements of the wastewater treatment plants […]

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Solar plus Stimulus delivers renewable energy at 2 cents per kWh!

The recent announcement by the federal government to as part of the national stimulus package creates a further windfall for businesses looking to purchase solar. For a 100kW system, the renewable energy target already provides a ‘green benefit’ of some $55,000 towards your move to cheaper, renewable energy. With an immediate tax deduction introduced through […]

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Power Purchase Agreements – are they right for you?

  With affordable finance conditions – and suggestions the Reserve bank of Australia could even take the cash rate into negative territory – there’s a steady stream of enquiries for Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) in the commercial and industrial sector. Added to the financial climate, the evolution of the model in recent years – especially […]

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