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The march towards a renewable future in the Pacific

Renewable energy is making a big splash in the Pacific, and MPower is pleased to be helping our island neighbours achieve their goals.   Given their comparatively small size and access to consistent tropical sunlight, island nations in the Pacific are ideal locations to lead the world in the push for more renewable energy. With […] ... Read More

NSW’s largest grid support battery to be installed in the Illawarra region

MPower to design, build and integrate a Battery Energy Storage System in the Illawarra region of NSW Principal purpose is grid augmentation System to also feature microgrid functionality   MPower has been awarded a contract to design, build and implement a battery storage network augmentation system for a new residential estate in the Illawarra region […] ... Read More

Linix Lighting Solutions Becomes BARDIC Agent for Queensland

MPower has teamed with Linix Lighting Solutions to become its Queensland Agent for MPower’s BARDIC brand of market-leading emergency lighting products and systems.   Founded in 1998, Linix has emerged from a small lighting business into a global group of companies that now adds BARDIC to its product solutions portfolio. Its experienced local sales force […] ... Read More

MPower Launches New Business Growth Opportunity and Sales Tools for Solar Installers at All-Energy 2017

In conjunction with Jemena Asset Management Holdings, MPower are proud to launch a Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) business growth opportunity to the market at this year’s All-Energy event.  This PPA offering is designed to assist solar installers to grow their business to commercial customers who wish to reduce their electricity bills, via the installation of […] ... Read More

MPower Continues to Expand its National Sales Team

MPower is proud to announce the expansion of its sales team, with the addition of five new sales representatives covering our Solar, Battery and BARDIC Emergency Lighting solutions across New South Wales and Victoria.   Brett Glenny Sales Representative, Power Solutions – NSW M:  +61 419 203 150 E:  brett.glenny@mpower.com.au Brett has over 14 years […] ... Read More

What to look for in an emergency lighting solution

Having effective emergency and exit lighting is a must for businesses looking to stay compliant with regulations. So how do you choose the best option?   Running a business means meeting all manner of compliance obligations – from ensuring health and safety for workers to meeting various taxation requirements. The majority of organisations in Australia […] ... Read More

Solar approaches 25 per cent uptake for Australian households

Research from Roy Morgan shows almost a quarter of all Australian households have invested in rooftop solar, and it’s beginning to make a real difference.   Almost a quarter of Australian households are experiencing the benefits of solar power systems, according to new research released in July 2017. As the nation inches closer to the […] ... Read More

Solar storage and cloud prediction reducing capital expenditure of hybrid systems

By optimising the size of the energy storage system required, cloud prediction technologies can reduce the capital expenditure of hybrid solar systems   Cloud tracking and prediction technologies are tackling both the sometimes unpredictable nature of solar energy, as well as reducing the capital costs of hybrid solar power systems. Solar energy use in Australia […] ... Read More

Renewable Energy Action Plan kicks into high gear

Former U.S vice president Al Gore was recently on hand to help launch Victoria’s Renewable Energy Action Plan, and states across the nation are getting involved.   A visit from climate change campaigner and former U.S. vice president Al Gore has seen Victoria launch its own Renewable Energy Action Plan, a multimillion-dollar funding initiative designed […] ... Read More

South Australia smashing renewable energy targets with solar power

South Australia has passed its renewable energy targets yet again, thanks in large part to solar farms and battery storage solutions.   The South Australian (SA) government’s renewable energy target scheme has had to move its goal posts several times over the last few years, but not for the reasons you may think. For the […] ... Read More

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