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Save on your Air Con today with Hydrocarbons

By Ben Towers • August 12th, 2016

Solaire Connect have signed a business alliance to include Hydrocarbon retro fits to domestic and commercial Air Conditioning and refrigeration systems. The benefit of retro fitting the gas in your Air Conditioning or refrigeration system is to save between 25 – 35% in running costs. With the onset of global initiatives to reduce greenhouse gasses, more…

Abbott To abolish rebate

By Ben Towers • September 17th, 2014

With the re-occurring rumour that the solar rebate will be abolished for good, people are now in a frenzy to ensure they don’t miss out. All solar companies are now preparing themselves for one last boom in the solar market after hearing the news on Monday that Abbott wants the rebate removed completely. This decision more…

Zeus Appollo Panel

By Ben Towers • July 17th, 2014

Local Warranty…… Means Peace of Mind Local supplier and warranty, giving Solaire Connect’s customers the peace of mind they deserve. Zeus Appollo pride themselves on being able to offer panels that will stand the tests of time whilst giving the highest efficiency outputs. Enjoy Zeus’s high cell efficiency and superior cell technology, how is this more…

Perth Solar Power

By Ben Towers • July 1st, 2014

A common question we are asked at Solaire Connect is ‘Is my roof suitable for solar power?’ – 99% of the time our answer is ‘yes’. The success of solar power in Perth has largely been attested to the quality of roof size, pitch and shape. Perth’s relatively new foundation as a City and its more…

Air Con Products Moving in Leaps and Bounds

By Ben Towers • June 25th, 2014

Many industries have improved their components over the past 5 years, but very few have taken the strides that domestic air-conditioning have made. Reverse cycle air-conditioning, as recently as 5-10 years ago, was noisy, had unsightly components, archaic controls and was extremely expensive to run. Now with the aid of inverter technology, not only are more…

The 2014 Football World Cup Goes Solar.

By Ben Towers • May 30th, 2014

Brazil 2014 will be powered by solar panels, 1MW has been installed at the Arena Pernambuco. The system has not been installed on the roof like conventional systems that we typically install here in Perth, but ground mounted to make the most of precious solar real estate. Unfortunately Brazil has not embraced the hosting of the more…

Solar, stopping those rising power costs!

By Ben Towers • May 16th, 2014

Recently the solar industry has seen an influx of enquiries due to the announcement of increasing power costs, along with people feeling the squeeze of the budget cuts. With so many Perth solar power companies promoting different size products and customers’ needs varying so greatly, how are you supposed to know what system will work more…

Solar Power Servicing

By Ben Towers • May 5th, 2014

Domestic solar power installations in Perth, from the initial boom in the industry are now quickly reaching the 5 year mark. What does this mean for companies, consumers and Manufacturers? Well quite simply, the early installations of 2009 have seen their inverter warranty elapse. There has been an alarming amount of companies “shutting their doors” more…

Solar Power Perth

By Ben Towers • April 30th, 2014

Supporting a Sustainable Future for WA Renewable energy and sustainable design initiatives have come a long way over the last decade to encourage builders and home owners to take a proactive approach when undertaking new builds and extensions. Furthermore, the Australian Government has helped support this proactive approach by offering attractive rebate deals to those more…

FAQ For buying Solar Power

By Ben Towers • April 17th, 2014

With lots of information and products in the market place available for roof top solar systems here are some of Solaire Connects most asked questions. *Rebates*   Is there still a government rebate available? Yes, rebates are still available and you can receive up to $3700 for a 5kW system. Who claims the rebate? The more…

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