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Solar battery vs electric vehicle: which should I use to power my home?

Have you ever wondered whether you could realistically use an electric vehicle to do what a solar battery traditionally does? That is, to not only […]

What you need to know about blackouts this summer

Blackouts (or power outages) can hit anytime, anywhere. They’re caused by a range of factors, but one of the most well-known and potentially destructive causes […]

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The bushfire emergency: fires, blackouts & solar safety

These past weeks and months we’ve been horrified to see the extent and impact of the devastating bushfires across the country.  Last week fires brought […]

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What it’s like to own an electric vehicle

By Johan Karlsson, DC Power Co’s energy data & pricing specialist   It’s hard to believe that there are currently less than 8000 electric vehicles […]

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Which company is right for you? We compare the big players

Not all companies offer the same service and if you’ve got solar, it’s more important than ever to know what you’re getting from yours (and […]

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Be aware when you compare: most comparison websites aren’t built for solar households

If you’re a solar household shopping around for a better deal on electricity, it might seem like a no-brainer to use one of the popular […]

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Why we’re giving away a year’s worth of free electricity

Here at DC Power Co, we’re looking forward to the day when we all have a $0 electricity bill. The decreasing cost of installing solar […]

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That’s a wrap! Beta program in review

In late 2018, we launched our first electricity offer called DC Power Co Beta, exclusive to our investors and a small group of our first […]

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What to do when your old power company comes crawling back

Welcome to DC Power Co! We’re thrilled to have you on board, although chances are your old power company isn’t so thrilled you’re leaving them. […]