Five reasons your company should buy off-site renewables in 2017

If your company has not yet engaged in an off-site renewable energy transaction, here are five reasons why you should get started in 2017.

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Are corporate renewable deals set to boom in Australia?

Contracting for renewable energy development by corporate big energy users has been slow to catch on Down Under. But a new report suggests that is about to change.

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Stockland completes 925kW solar array on Sydney shopping centre

Australian property group completes its latest major commercial rooftop solar installation, a 925kW array at Wetherill Park Shopping Centre.

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Can Australia be the world’s first ‘solar & storage native’?

Australia is at an energy crossroads and decisions made today have the potential to redefine the country’s energy future tomorrow.

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Byron club eyes EV charging stations and storage after big solar install

Byron Bay Services Club considers EV charging station and battery storage after installing a large rooftop solar array.

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Mildura Airport installs 100kW solar to cut grid costs, boost reliability

Australia's "busiest regional airport" adds 100kW of rooftop solar to cut electricity costs, boost security of supply in North Western Victoria.

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US rural electric cooperative sets 100% renewables target

Kit Carson Electric Cooperative (KCEC) in New Mexico wants to serve all its customers during the summer peak with 100% solar power by 2023.

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How utilities can deal with the threat of community energy

Community energy is the next big threat to utility companies – unless they manage to become part of this emerging energy economy.

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Google plans to be 100 per cent renewable next year

From next year Google will purchase 100 per cent of the energy it uses from renewable sources, mostly wind and solar. Because it is cheaper.

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Charles Sturt University to add 1.7MW rooftop solar system

CSU signs contract to install 1.77MW solar across 11 buildings at its Wagga Wagga campus, to meet just under 20% of its electricity consumption.

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