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Reflecting on great achievements in solar technology and renewable energy ‘firsts’ around the world, a small Outback town of just over 28,000 people usually doesn’t spring to mind
The largest single electricity user in Alice Springs, the Alice Springs Hospital (ASH) has completed a major energy efficiency overhaul to save over $200,000 on its annual power bill and 700
Alice Solar City will close its doors for the last time this Friday 14 June after five years of successful operation in the Alice Springs community.
Alice Solar City has today launched two new interactive web-‐based tools to help keep its legacy alive as it prepares to close its doors this month.
The installation of energy efficient measures in 61 Alic
We'd like to congratulate the winners of the prizes for our most recent c
A change to the operation of more than 1,400 swimming pools in Alice Springs could result in large-scale electricity savings and over half a million dollars staying in homeowners’ pockets.
Alice Springs has just celebrated five years of being a Solar City, making it a great time to look back at what has been achieved and the opportunities still available.
“Where do I start?” asks Alice Solar City General Manager Sam Latz, of the achievements made in Alice Springs, on today’s fifth anniversary of the Project.» Read more
The first ever aerial study of Alice Springs&