Everybody knows renewables are the future. The world’s cheapest and cleanest power is now coming from Aussie sunshine and wind. All pollution free and representing the biggest business opportunity of our lifetime.

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Source | Solar Share
550 people, many who cannot install solar, came together to invest $2.4 million in the Majura Community Solar Farm that produces enough to power 260 homes. Investors can expect to see returns start to hit their bank accounts in the first 12 months.
The owner of the Latrobe Valley generator has recently said that the coal plant will close 4 years earlier than previously thought. The reasons for this unexpected acceleration towards a cleaner future are clear: renewable energy is too cheap to out compete.
Everybody knows renewables are the future. The world’s cheapest and cleanest power is now coming from Aussie sunshine and wind. All pollution free and representing the biggest business opportunity of our lifetime.
Source | Solar Market
The bottom line is this: solar saves money. Grant Bligh and his family save $1,100 a year from switching to solar. Calculating exactly how much you could save will shock you.
It looks like the winner of the solar race is currently Queensland, with South Australia quick on its heels.
Australian homes feature solar panels at a higher rate than any other country in the world.
Australia's unique advantage to become Renewable Energy Superpower
How to turbocharge the industry and strengthen the Queensland economy now and into the future.
Australia has the resources to not only decarbonize Australia’s energy system at comparatively low-cost and high reliability, but to help our neighbours too through exporting our renewables to the world.
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