Meet the family spending less than 50 cents (₦182.50) a day on their power after becoming the first household in the world to try new technology

‘We went on a road trip to country NSW and then up to Kosciuszko, and then down to the beach over the course of a week. So if you’re saving about $2000 (₦730,000) a year, give or take, that’s fuel and accommodation for a family of four.’

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Giant solar arrays: do big ambitions mean big problems?

Some of the world’s most ambitious large-scale solar projects have been plagued by delay, ultimately making them a financial burden rather than a beacon on the renewable power horizon. Does this mean such projects are outdated?

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