Solar Power

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Beyond the 40c+ feed-in tariff. Where to next?

Are you lucky enough to be getting 40c or more for every kilowatt hour (kWh) of solar power you send to the grid? If so, […]

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How much are solar panels?

The question ‘how much do solar panels cost’ doesn’t have a one-size-fits-all answer. The price of a solar system depends on the size of the […]

What is a renewable resource? - DC Power Co

What is a renewable resource?

A renewable resource is a naturally replenishing energy resource – it won’t run out. This includes sunlight (solar), wind, water (hydro) and heat from the […]

What is solar power - Solar irradiance on to solar panel

What is solar power?

Solar power is electricity that has been converted from sunlight, which means it’s a renewable energy resource. There are two ways to create solar power: […]

How does solar power work

How does solar power work?

Solar systems convert sunlight into solar power. The solar panels absorb sunlight and the solar inverter converts that power into electricity to be used in […]

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Take back the power: Crowdfunding for change

From banks to fashion chains and indeed energy companies, consumers are increasingly demanding more accountability and transparency from the businesses they buy from.  Crowdfunding, which […]

Beat declining FiTs - DC Power Co

There’s only one way to beat declining FiTs

Solar-powered homes are making electricity cheaper for all of us, whether you have solar or not. Currently there are 2 million solar homes in Australia […]

How to make the most of your solar in winter - DC Power Co

How to make the most of your solar in winter

If you’ve got solar panels, it’s easy to get a little gloomy around this time of year. Winter is approaching and sunshine is getting more […]

Election 2019 - What does a coalition win mean for solar households? - DC Power Co

Election 2019: What does a Coalition win mean for solar households?

Another election has come and gone and the country has chosen to keep the Coalition in the driver’s seat for the next three years. So […]