Carbon Friendly Enterprises

Queensland

Queensland-based Carbon Friendly Enterprises (CFE) has delivered energy efficiency and renewable energy projects since 2007. Today, CFE provides complete energy solutions including smarter billing, energy efficient process equipment, peak load demand shaving and mitigation, battery storage systems, power quality conditioning and renewable energy supply including solar photovoltaic, wind, pumped hydro and waste-to-energy solutions as well as turnkey solutions and full project life-cycle services.  

Mackay Office
Phone: (07) 4955 6441
Fax: (07) 4955 4413
Email: [email protected]
Postal address: PO Box 8704, Mackay, QLD 4740

Brisbane Office
Mobile: 0403 227 543
Email: [email protected]

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The Solar Project TSP)

New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, SA, WA

 

The Solar Project Pty Ltd provides high-quality renewable energy systems to small and large businesses and industry across Australia. Our team has been responsible for some of the largest commissioned commercial solar power stations in the country. We are a successful project office delivering cost-efficient solar project solutions in South Australia, Western Australia, regional Victoria and New South Wales. Recently awarded Wine Industry Suppliers Association ‘Supplier of the Year’ for 2013 (Environment and Sustainability) our projects achieve real long-term financial and environmental savings to our clients at a lower cost than the status quo: buying energy from non-renewable and fossil fuel sources.

The Solar Project
National Project Office
Office 13, 240 Currie St. (Building C)
Adelaide 5000

David Buetefuer
Director of Sales and Business Development
Dir. +61 (0) 426 830 607
Tel. 1 300 778 561

Theodore Strecker
Director of Engineering and Projects
Dir. +61 (0) 400 944 815
Tel. 1 300 778 561

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Qld family goes off grid with solar and 60kWh Redflow ZCell battery bank

A Queensland family has installed the largest residential Reflow ZCell battery system in Australia, at 60kWh, as part of an off-grid solar and storage system will allow them to avoid the cost of connecting to the network, and of hefty future power bills.  The storage system, installed by Off-Grid Energy, comprises six of the Brisbane battery maker’s 10kWh zinc-bromine flow batteries (pictured below), and a nearly 19kW (72 panel) solar PV array, that is installed on the roof of a nearby shed.

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Queensland home sets Redflow residential record

A Queensland family has chosen ZCell batteries to guarantee that their new home has electricity without any power bills in the largest Australian residential energy storage system to date for Redflow.  The Bates family’s six-battery, 60 kilowatt-hour (kWh) system ensures complete off-grid operation for their recently built home on a cattle and grain property, about 2.7 kilometres from mains power.

When Scott and Breeann Bates built their new house near Wallumbilla, they chose a ZCell-based energy storage system to give them uninterrupted power, grid-independence and no power bills rather than pay many thousands of dollars per kilometre to connect mains power to the house. ZCell batteries are produced by Redflow Limited, the ASX-listed company that has developed the world’s smallest zinc-bromine flow battery. The system was installed by Off-Grid Energy Australia.

Breeann Bates said the ZCell-based system was living up to their expectations. “We are really impressed with it,” she said. “Scott wanted to be able to do everything on batteries that we could do on mains power and not compromise our way of living. It’s cold in the morning, so we’re running the heaters to keep our three kids warm, and we keep them on until the day warms up. Continue reading “Queensland home sets Redflow residential record”