Monday, May 20, 2013

Last chance for 44c grid feed. If you signed up for the 44c grid feed solar system you need to have your system installed before the end of June and have your meter put in by Energex. It will take a couple of days for the metering to be done so i would not leave it to after the 20th or you might just miss out. SOLAR POWER BRISBANE

Solar Brisbane

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Grid feed 44cent to be stopped .

After the Queensland state government stopped households from receiving the 44c feed in for excess power produced, there was a mad rush for people to sign up before the 9th June 2012. It is now only around two months and a bit before you will loose the right to the 44c grid feed if your system is not installed. No doubt there will be a mad rush to have systems installed coming into June, pushing prices up briefly. My advice is to make sure you have a system installed now. If you can tell me about a better investment,I would like to know about it. Solar Brisbane

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Going green for cash.

Great news for the home owner as an investment to save on electrical power, but an even better option is to install a small farm on your roof. In Queensland we are allowed to install up to 10 kilowatts per phase, To be entitled to the Grid Feed Tariff) this means that the average house could produce on average 40kW hours a day. This may not seem like a lot but here in Queensland the government are paying a Grid Feed Tariff which is a minimum of 44 cents (some retailers pay up to 52 cents). This means that on a regular basis the little farm would be making you around 20 Dollars day every day of the year.

Solar farms are not subject to external influences as so many other markets are. I can assure you one thing and that is that the sun will come up tomorrow, if it doesn't we are all in a little bit of bother. This fact alone makes Solar farming a very stable and constant investment. If you have had Money invested in the last few years how did it go? With the global financial crisis, and my guess is we are due for another big fall in the stock exchange as they seem to happen every 10 years.

So for an investment of around the $50 000 you can have an income that is very secure and will constantly provide you with an income. This figure of $50 000 is also subsidized in Australia in the way of REC's (Renewable Energy Certificates) this will pay approximately $10 00 dollars towards your farm and therefor making the cost to you around $40 000, which is also tax deductible, and may give you a tax break on your residential property.

This investment is a gold mine, it wont make you filthy rich over night but there is also very little risk.

Solar Power Brisbane

Friday, July 4, 2008

Can you believe this?

Every one knows that the cycle of fuel prices in australia is a joke and has nothing to do with the barrel price but still the government wont do any thing about it.

Better yet is the situation with LPG or Liquid Petrollium Gas which costs very little to get to the pump, I speculate it would be around the 10c mark now and yet we are being charged around 70c. The government dosn,t care as they get a percentage in tax.

This is the solution to the price of petrol and it is cleaner for the environment.

Petition Against Fuel price

Friday, June 20, 2008

Where the specials are.

I have started this blog in the hope that the people of brisbane will post the good deals that they find in there local shops. For example today I bought a 1Kg block of Cheese (Bodalla) for $6.59 at the action supermarket at Stones Corner

Other Discount Coupons Brisbane

If you know of other specials Pls leav A comment.

Shopping for the best discounts

To introduce myself .
I am a self confessed bargain hunter, mainly for groceries and meat and that sort of stuff.
With this in mind I decided to build a couple of web sites so you the shopping public can find the best deals, bargains, specials, sales, cheap groceries in your local area of brisbane.
have a look at my sites discount shopping Brisbbane and Cheap grocery shopping brisbane

Regards John