All-electric homes use electricity instead of gas for heating and cooling, cooking and heating water. Upgrading to an all-electric home can save you thousands on energy bills every year. Read on to find out everything you need to know about making the switch.
With energy prices rising worldwide, more and more Australians are turning away from fossil-fuelled appliances and towards electric ones.
Looking to lower your bills and curb your carbon footprint? Here’s our guide to going all-electric.
Whether you’ve just bought an induction cooktop or are considering making the switch, you’ve likely got a question or two.
Investing in an energy-efficient heating and cooling system is crucial to ensuring year-round comfort. Here are some simple tips to help you select the right system.
We explore the differences between the most energy-efficient options: solar hot water and heat pump systems, so you can find the best fit for your home.
Read about how Stephen and Stacey Zuluaga slashed their energy costs by upgrading to use electric appliances powered by a rooftop solar PV system.
Save with the sun by using solar panels to power electric appliances in your home.
Take charge by installing a solar battery to store solar energy for later use.
Tap into savings by installing an energy efficient hot water system.
Invest in energy efficient heating and cooling to warm your house while cooling your bills.
Interested in going gas free in the kitchen? Discover the perks of joining the induction cooking club.
From performance to cost, you’ll be surprised about the potential of electric vehicles (EVs).
Find out how switching to solar can help you save on your energy bills – and help save the environment.
Useful information on what you need to know before contacting your Owners Corporation about installing solar for your apartment.
Learn more about the different types of solar systems eligible for apartments.
Here are five ways to get most out of your solar system.
Use this solar calculator for a free and independent assessment of the best size solar system for your home, plus an estimate of the cost and your potential bill savings.
Installing a solar battery will allow you to benefit more from the clean energy provided by the sun.
Now even more Victorian households can access Solar Victoria incentives to save on their energy bills.
New opportunities for early adopters of solar are available through Solar Victoria’s incentives.
For Arun Ilancheran and Cherry Keragala the difficulties of travelling with a young family was something they took into consideration when buying their new ZEV.
The growing popularity of electric vehicles is no surprise considering every year they become more advanced, powerful and cheaper to own.
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Updated 13 February 2024
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