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The traditional utility company is being disrupted like never before.  There are so many new things in the energy landscape now making their classic business model obsolete.   In my view, the major are distributed generation,...
I get a few questions on the best way to measure solar energy. With this approach, it's possible to know: - Solar generation from the panels on the roof - Black energy used - Nett...
Hi there, I just installed 30kW solar panels on my house!
Now that the CTs have been installed in the two panels, a short description of how I wired up the GEM. As part of my home rewiring projects, I'm also running coax and CAT5 to...
The sub panel is much the same as the main panel installation was. Since it's new, the wiring job is obviously much cleaner. Note that this panel uses AFCIs for the bedrooms - Arc Fault...
Introduction I received a few request to describe the installation of my Brultech GreenEye Monitor (GEM for short). My house has an old main panel, and I recently added a sub panel as part of...
I've just been doing some charting upgrades and adding some new gadgets, notably some nice doughnut charts! I was also just inspecting the solar energy output for the last 12 months versus the lights.  It...
On Weds 20th April, the SEG Team went along to talk to the Melbourne Branch of the Alternative Technology Association (ATA) We had a great evening talking with the ATA folks about Smart Energy Groups,...
Smart Energy Groups went along to support the launch of the EcoMarket at the EcoCentre in the St Kilda Botanical Gardens. The inaugural market was on Sunday 6th March, and will continue to run on the first...

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