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The State Government has announced a 3% increase to the Home Plan (A1) electricity tariff for WA households, commencing 1 July 2016. The setting of electricity tariffs is determined by the State Government and is assessed as part of the annual state budget process.
Synergy will partner with Channel Nine to renovate the home of a deserving Western Australian family, in episode seven of ‘Matt and Kim to the Rescue’ renovation special, which will air this Sunday, 19 February 2017. Waikiki parents Russell and Amber Bates and their children Ethany (12), Xavier (10), Imogen (7) and Adison (5), have been struggling recently as their family deals with numerous medical conditions, will receive a much-needed home makeover.
Synergy was excited to have the opportunity to sponsor and participate in the 16th World Renewable Energy Congress (WREC), hosted by Murdoch University in Perth this week. Featuring an impressive international guest list of academics and industry experts, the conference explored technologies, global and local trends, policies, opportunities and barriers associated with its theme, “Transition Towards 100% Renewable Energy”.
More than 500 students from around Perth will take part in a new initiative this term that teachers believe will ignite students’ excitement about learning science at school. The 2017 inaugural 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 standardised kit cars against other schools in semi-finals before a grand final in April.
The next few days will be heating up- and hot days in WA usually also mean, hot nights. If you’re trying to keep costs down by not using the air con, and are really struggling to get a good night’s sleep, try these handy (and cost effective) tips to help you sleep through these balmy nights!
Even 20 years ago, most of us had no idea what the internet would mean for businesses across the world. Now, we’re connected and interconnected in more ways than we can count – and there’s much more to come. It’s called the Internet of Things.