Energy and storage solutions vendor SENEC Australia has expanded its operations, opening an office in Sydney and appointing Patrick Duignan as general manager of sales & service.
Vertically integrated energy company Senec has launched a new hybrid solar battery that it says can make households up to 90% solar power self-sufficient, potentially saving them thousands of dollars a year.
A study by the University of South Australia has found that, with the state's existing government subsidies, the point may have been reached when it makes economic sense to invest in a solar battery.
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