Solar Hot Water, Gas Hot Water and Solar Power Solutions
Locally owned and operated, BETTA Energy is here to assist with your solar power and energy solutions. BETTA Energy provides obligation FREE quotations for solar hot water, Gas Hot Water and grid connect solar panels/solar power. BETTA Energy is licensed to undertake sales, installation of solar power systems and warranty repairs for domestic and commercial work. Servicing the Rockhampton and surrounding areas of the Capricorn Coast, Gladstone, Blackwater and Emerald.
BETTA Energy is located in Rockhampton and is part of the BETTA Group of Companies. The BETTA Group of Companies also comprise of BETTA Lifestyles assisting with all electrical, air-conditioning, data & antenna needs http://www.bettalifestyles.com.au/ as well as HydroKleen Rockhampton specialising in servicing and cleaning air-conditioning systems for both domestic and residential premises http://www.hydrokleen.com.au/
China’s Astronergy to build EUR 100mn solar farm in Romania.
China’s Astronergy will develop a 65MW photovoltaic farm in Western Romania under a project expected to cost EUR 100mn, Ziarul Financiar daily announced. The project was initially developed by Spain’s Energovoltaic Group. The investment would double Romania’s solar power capacity that reached 49MW at the end of last year, according to grid operator Transelectrica. The […]
Astronergy PV modules passed PID test
On October 25th, 2012, Astronergy (Hangzhou, China) announced that its mono- and polycrystalline solar photovoltaic (PV) modules have passed the Potential induced degradation (PID) test conducted by TUEV Rheinland. The testing results illustrated the good performance and high reliability of Astronergy’s PV modules, the company emphasizes. Less than 1.4% degradation In the test, PV modules […]
Queensland Competition Authority proposal could dim the sunshine state
Queensland Competition Authority proposal could dim the sunshine state 18 Sep 2012 A proposal from the Queensland Competition Authority (QCA) to move to a gross feed-in tariff scheme for rooftop solar power would rob Queenslanders of the opportunity to save money by generating their own electricity, according to the Clean Energy Council. Clean Energy Council […]