We make kinds of warning labels for Australian and New Zealand,including solar AC and DC labels kit,wind power turbines waring labels, battery charging sign, off-grid label kits, Solar labels For Commercial Rooftop PV System and Micro Inverter warning labelling,etc…
All warning labels are strictly complied to the Australian standards AS4777 & AS5033.(following the SA Global Australian Standards for each state and Clean Energy Council Australia’s Guidelines）All traffolyte warning label kits are 24 months Quality guaranteed.
At the end of 2018, large-scale solar farms operating in Australia generated over 1824 MW. It is expected that around 61 additional large-scale solar farms will be built in Australia during 2019.
An average Australian house consumes electricity amounting to 18 KiloWatt(KW) per day or 6570 KW per hour.
Electricity generation is the main use of wind energy in Australia [1, 2]. Australia’s wind industry included 76 operating wind farms in 2015. Australian wind farms are currently located in New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia.
Solar farm investment should be done cautiously and after a lot of financial planning, since starting a solar farm will mean you have to investment of a minimum of $1 million. The good news is that the ROI is worth the investment as the recurring revenue will pay dividends for years.
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