TREA Annual General Meeting and strategy discussion – 17 October 2018
Oct01

TREA Annual General Meeting and strategy discussion – 17 October 2018

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Tasmanian Renewable Energy Alliance Inc. will be held at 5pm on Wednesday 17 October at the Talbot Hotel, 131 New Town Road, New Town. (Parking at rear). The meeting will also include an informal discussion and planning for what TREA should be doing to prepare for the end of the legacy FiT on 31 December. The business of the Annual General Meeting is to: elect the officers of the Association and...

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Tasmanian Solar Feed-in Tariff Review
Aug01

Tasmanian Solar Feed-in Tariff Review

Update 6 August 2018: Our submission Solar for Tasmania’s Future is now available for download. The state government is conducting a review of the solar feed-in tariff and submissions are due by next Monday 6 August 2018. You can download the TREA Briefing Paper for more information and suggestions on points you could make in a submission. The Review is the result of a policy that Liberal party took to the last state election, in...

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Changes to Australian Standard on connecting generators

A new version of AS/NZS 3010:2017 Electrical installations – Generating sets comes into effect in Tasmania on 8 November 2017 and CBOS will  enforce the new requirements contained within the standard from the date of commencement (download Notice of Commencement). This Standard sets out the minimum safety requirements related to the use of generating sets for the supply of electricity at low voltage, that is, not exceeding 1000 V a.c...

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Energy efficiency
Mar24

Energy efficiency

Saving energy and saving money “Saving energy and saving money” forums These were held in Launceston (4 Apr 2017) and Hobart (5 Apr 2017). You can download the flyer. Download the presentations: TREA presentation: TEELS (loan scheme), why energy efficiency, tariff options, energy audits and monitoring, solar diverters. Home Efficiency Group presentation: roof heat recovery and ducted air circulation. Mode Electrical presentation:...

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Aurora new time-of-use tariff
Jun22

Aurora new time-of-use tariff

Update 10 Jan 2017. Note that these tariffs are in AEST (ie do not follow daylight saving changes). See official Aurora page for details of these tariffs. Aurora Energy will introduce two new time-of-use tariffs, from 1 July 2016 on an opt-in basis. One for residential customers and one for small business customers. The new residential Tariff 93 will have two price periods: peak (31.31c/kWh) 7-10am and 4-9pm Monday to Friday, all...

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