News Category: All-electric

Gas days are over

Money-saving results in Melbourne This family of four saved around $250 last winter by heating their home with a reverse-cycle unit instead of their older gas ducted system. An extract from an article by Stephen Zuluaga, in ATA‘s ReNew magazine edition 140 reproduced with permission from the ATA. IN 2012, our family moved to a three bedroom brick veneer … Read more

Three steps to all-electric

Planning ahead Thinking about going all-electric, but unsure what’s involved? Here we present an overview of the steps to going all-electric and where to find more information. Reproduced from ATA‘s ReNew magazine edition 140 with permission from the ATA. Please note all past editions of ReNew magazine (some are referenced in this article) are available one line here. … Read more

Getting in front of the meter

Finding value in sharing Can we find value for both customers and the network in sharing locally generated energy and thus accelerate a transition to 100% renewables? MEFL alumni Bruce Thompson and Paul Murfitt discuss the potential in microgrids, virtual power plants and more. THE transformation of the electricity network is certainly now upon us. Years of … Read more

Saving money on your energy bills

We are keen to see people reduce their carbon emissions by implementing energy efficiency measures and reducing their dependence on fossil fuels. That’s why we have lots of tips and advice on our website and in our news articles. Reducing your energy usage also has the happy benefit to consumers that reducing energy consumption reduces … Read more

Gas versus Electricity

Your hip pocket guide to gas versus electricity The ATA’s latest study updates their modelling to give more accurate estimates of the savings or costs over 10 years when switching to electricity from gas for heating, hot water and cooking, and adds solar to the equation. Energy analysts Dean Lombard and Keiran Price report. Reproduced … Read more