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Synergy is pleased to announce that it will once again be playing a major role in this year’s Light Up Leederville Carnival on Sunday 3 December 2017. The ‘Light Up Leederville Carnival powered by Synergy’ will expect to attract around 80,000 visitors to Leederville’s renowned cafe strip
Solar power is a great way to generate your own clean energy at home, however it is important to consider the behaviour changes that will allow to you optimise your savings potential. Check out some of these great tips to ensure you get the most out of your solar investment!
Year 6 students from Dianella Primary School and Year 8 students from Presbyterian Ladies College (PLC) are feeling energised after winning first prize in the 2018 Synergy Schools Solar Challenge held at Optus Stadium in mid April. More than 1000 students from around WA took part in the joint initiative between Synergy and the Science Teachers Association of WA (STAWA) that enabled Year 6 and Year 8 students to build and race solar-powered standardised kit cars against other schools in semi-finals before the Grand Final held on Tues 10 April.
The State Government today announced an increase to residential and business electricity tariff prices. The setting of electricity retail tariffs is determined by the State Government.
Synergy has entered a joint venture with a world-renowned infrastructure investment company and an Australian super fund giant to form ‘Bright Energy Investments’ to build up to 210MW of large-scale renewable energy projects in the South West Interconnected System (SWIS). The joint venture with DIF and Cbus will ensure that Synergy meets its Large-Scale-Renewable Energy Target (LRET) obligations by 2020.
More than 1000 students from around Perth and the south-west will take part in a major initiative that teachers believe will ignite students’ excitement about learning science at school. The 2018 Synergy Schools Solar Challenge is a joint initiative between Synergy and the Science Teachers Association of WA (STAWA) that enables Year 6 and Year 8 students to build and race solar powered cars against other schools.