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Pod Electrical http://podelectrical.com.au Solar installation, modular housing and sourcing and procurement Sun, 05 Jun 2016 06:08:44 +0000 en-AU hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.6.10 Are you struggling to pay your electricity bill? http://podelectrical.com.au/struggling-pay-electricity-bill Wed, 15 May 2013 15:47:00 +0000 http://podelectrical.com.au/?p=299 As the price of electricity increases, some individuals and families may experience hardship. Support is available for some circumstances to help Queenslanders cope. If you are having difficulties, you should discuss your situation with your retailer. Many retailers offer support to their customers. The Queensland Government also offers support. This may include rebates for pensioners and […]

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As the price of electricity increases, some individuals and families may experience hardship. Support is available for some circumstances to help Queenslanders cope.

If you are having difficulties, you should discuss your situation with your retailer. Many retailers offer support to their customers.

The Queensland Government also offers support. This may include rebates for pensioners and seniors, concessions for low income earners who have a specific medical issue and require frequent use of an air-conditioner to regulate their body temperature, or customers experiencing a crisis or unforeseen circumstance.

For more information, visit the Department for Energy and Water Supply’s electricity concessions page or call them on: 13 QGOV (13 74 68).

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20 Energy Saving Tips http://podelectrical.com.au/20-energy-saving-tips Wed, 08 May 2013 23:04:17 +0000 http://podelectrical.com.au/?p=284 We all want to reduce our power usage and save money right? Here’s 20 ways you can reduce your energy needs. Set your air-conditioner to a cool 24 degrees Shut doors, windows, curtains and lower external blinds early to keep the heat out Switch your hot water system to off-peak and save Turn off your […]

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We all want to reduce our power usage and save money right?

Here’s 20 ways you can reduce your energy needs.

  1. Set your air-conditioner to a cool 24 degrees
  2. Shut doors, windows, curtains and lower external blinds early to keep the heat out
  3. Switch your hot water system to off-peak and save
  4. Turn off your second fridge or freezer
  5. Use your clothes line instead of your dryer
  6. Use your dishwasher outside of 4pm to 8pm, and wash clothes in cold water
  7. Defrost your freezer regularly. The frost build up should never exceed a thickness of 6mm. A fuller freezer prevents heavy icing.
  8. Consider insulating your ceiling, walls and floors
  9. Switch appliances off rather than leaving them on standby
  10. Use an energy saving power board
  11. Use your washing machine outside of 4pm to 8pm and wash clothes in cold water
  12. Consider using a fan – it’s always friendlier on your pocket than switching on the air-conditioner
  13. Switch your pool pump to off-peak or install a minimum five star energy efficient pool pump
  14. Turn off TVs, computers and game consoles when no one is using them
  15. Cook on the BBQ or the microwave instead of an electric stove on those hot summer peak days
  16. When renovating or building a new home, talk to your electrician about switching appliances to off-peak
  17. Change light bulbs to compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs or light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs
  18. When you go away on holidays turn off all unnecessary appliances before you go
  19. Ensure the seals on your fridge are in good working order to stop cold air getting out
  20. Appliances which heat or cool are generally the most energy hungry appliances

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What is the Solar Bonus Scheme http://podelectrical.com.au/solar-bonus-scheme Sun, 05 May 2013 12:35:36 +0000 http://podelectrical.com.au/?p=235 The Queensland Government Solar Bonus Scheme pays eligible customers for the surplus electricity generated from solar photovoltaic (PV) panel systems, which is exported to the Queensland electricity grid. It was introduced to make solar power more affordable, stimulate the industry and encourage energy efficiency. Customers are compensated when they generate more energy than they use – […]

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The Queensland Government Solar Bonus Scheme pays eligible customers for the surplus electricity generated from solar photovoltaic (PV) panel systems, which is exported to the Queensland electricity grid. It was introduced to make solar power more affordable, stimulate the industry and encourage energy efficiency.

Customers are compensated when they generate more energy than they use – not just the balance at the end of the quarter, but whenever generation exceeds consumption during the day.

To join the Scheme, you will need a solar PV system connected by an installer with Clean Energy Council accreditation – such as POD Electrical Services.

To be eligible at the 44 cent rate, customers must:

  • Have lodged a complete network connection application with an electricity distributor before midnight 9 July 2012
  • Have their approved energy system inverter installed by 30 June 2013
  • Purchase and install a new solar PV system or operate an existing system that is connected to the Queensland electricity grid with inverter capacity not exceeding 5  kilowatts
  • Have a connection agreement in place with an electricity distributor
  • Consume less than 100 megawatt hours (MWh) of electricity a year (the average home uses approximately 7.2MWh a year)
  • Hold an electricity account with an electricity retailer for the premises where the solar PV system is installed
  • Only submit one application per premise.

To be eligible at the 8 cent rate, customers must:

  • Purchase and install a new solar PV system or operate an existing system that is connected to the Queensland electricity grid with inverter capacity not exceeding 5 kilowatts
  • Consume less than 100 megawatt hours (MWh) of electricity a year (the average home uses approximately 7.2MWh a year)
  • Hold an electricity account with an electricity retailer for the premises where the solar PV system is installed
  • Have a connection agreement in place with an electricity distributor
  • Only submit one application per premise.

Talk to us today. We’ll find out what is your energy consumption and let you know how much return you can expect with your new solar panel system.

For more information, visit the Queensland Government, Department of Water and Energy Supply website.

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How much are Solar Bonus customers paid http://podelectrical.com.au/solar-bonus-customers-paid Sun, 05 May 2013 11:40:44 +0000 http://podelectrical.com.au/?p=212 If you’ve lodged a complete network connection application with an electricity distributor before midnight 9 July 2012 you are eligible for the Queensland Government Solar Bonus Scheme (the Scheme). This means that you will be paid 44 cents per kilowatt hour (kWh) for surplus electricity fed into the grid. However, you must be connected to the grid […]

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If you’ve lodged a complete network connection application with an electricity distributor before midnight 9 July 2012 you are eligible for the Queensland Government Solar Bonus Scheme (the Scheme).

This means that you will be paid 44 cents per kilowatt hour (kWh) for surplus electricity fed into the grid. However, you must be connected to the grid by 30 June 2013 to be eligible for the scheme.

New customers joining the Scheme from 10 July 2012 will be paid 8 cents per kilowatt hour for their exported electricity.

There are a number of things you can do around your home or business to improve your energy efficiency, and as a result maximise your benefit.

Customers on the 44 cent tariff may reduce standby power consumption, switch to controlled load tariffs and minimise the use of energy intensive appliances such as air-conditioners

Customers on the 8 cent tariff may use the electricity generated from a PV system to power your home or business.

Even with a 1.5kW system, the average household could save around $350 on their annual electricity bill and receive around $50 per year in feed-in tariff payments. That’s a total benefit of $400 a year with the 8 cent tariff.

Talk to us today about what you are eligible for and the size system that best suits your needs.

For more information, visit the Queensland Government, Department of Water and Energy Supply website.

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