Have you noticed that it's getting hot in the city? The Urban Heat Island Effect is to blame.
ReNew reader Sharon McGann recently interviewed four sustainability-focused architects and building designers in NSW to discover their views on the history and future of sustainable home architecture in Australia.
Positive Charge has been championing the idea of an all-electric home that would function using renewable energy generated on site. ATA members John and Elizabeth Heij share the story of their own all-electric home in Western Australia.
Thank you to all those who assisted our visiting students from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in America with their recent survey. We now have another – very short – survey specifically about solar plus battery storage. By completing this survey you can go in the draw to win one of six Varta Portable Powerbanks and ideal travel companion!
This summer is predicted to be record breakingly hot! So we are offering some hints and tips to help you survive.
There’s more to consider than just the brand or size when adding storage to a solar system. Damien Moyse and Nick Carrazzo highlight some of the issues to consider in a field with ever-evolving technology.
Solar is still a good investment
Positive Charge has had several calls from concerned solar PV owners about a letter they received from their electricity distributor. We explain what it all means here!
Students from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) in the US are currently working with us here at Positive Charge. The students are conducting a research survey on the concept of an all-electric home targeted at homeowners. They would like to hear from you!
Welcome to Positive Charge's newest team member - Tim Wong