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Electricity Safety After Severe Storms & Flooding

The beginning of April saw Queensland having to survive severe storms & flooding from Cyclone Debbie. SAE Group have always been proud to be a part of the Northern NSW Community. In the aftermath of cyclone Debbie, we have seen the devastation in our own backyard with Northern New South Wales being one of the hardest […]

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Introducing The NEW Seraphim Eclipse Panel

Solar Panels are changing with technology & the Seraphim Eclipse Panel is leading the way Here at SAE Group we have always been Australia’s #1 advocate for Seraphim panels as they not only hold a coveted Tier 1 Classification, but were the first ever panel to pass the prestigious “TUV SUD Thresher test”. Now they are […]


What Exactly is Combined Energy Storage?

Can you afford not to have energy storage? The Australian Energy Sector is at a crossroads and leads to the question of how viable is energy storage? Can you afford NOT to have it? With an almost State-wide energy blackout recently in South Australia, coal-fired energy plants being closed around the country and solar feed-in tariffs […]

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You Have Solar Installed – Now What?

So You’ve Made the Big Decision & Are Getting Solar Installed … Installing a Solar Power System is a big decision and investment in your home. To assist with the process after you have had your Solar installed, we have put together a guideline for you to make the most of your new investment on your […]


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Another Monopoly with the Energex Ergon Merger

Are there benefits to Queensland energy consumers with the Energex Ergon Merger? State-owned power companies Ergon and Energex became Energy Queensland when they merged at the end of the June 2016. Queensland Treasurer Curtis Pitt stated the Energex Ergon Merger would produce a company that would be more efficient. “We expect to see savings over the next five years […]


Solar Consumption in The Post Feed-in Tariff World

Changes to the Feed-in Tariff are now making solar consumption and battery storage viable options. A lot has changed in Australia over the past couple of years with Solar Consumption and the ever-changing Feed-in-tariffs set by the Energy companies and the State Governments. In fact, Feed-in tariffs are ending for over 275,000 solar households in […]

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Residential Energy Storage Set to Explode In Australia

Australia’s love for Solar Energy is set to see an explosion in Residential Energy Storage According to the latest commentary published by US analysis firm GTM Research, Australia has huge potential for energy storage which is being driven by the success of the Australian PV Solar industry. Industry predictions are that that by 2020, Australia will be […]