Renovate or Rebuild Specials

Energy Matters has recently had the opportunity to partner with Renovate or Rebuild, a Channel 9 television series. The series intends to improve homes across Australia through energy efficiency equipment, renovations, and the complete restructuring of households. These exciting episodes will be coming to your screens very shortly on 9life. Our team were able to assist families and partners, add value to their home alongside the best in the business – previous Block contestants


Solar is one of the best investments around. It is also one of the most efficient ways to improve the look and value of your home. Using solar as a home enhancement will ensure you make the most of your rooftop real estate. Contact our Solar Power Queensland team while government solar subsidies and our partners’ amazing deals on solar power systems last!

As a partner of Renovate or Rebuild and Channel 9, we believe, together, Australia is ready to discover how to manage a sustainable household that enables long term savings and benefits for the environment. You may like to think of the new television show like The Block, with a twist of energy efficiency equipment! With two teams battling out whether to renovate or rebuild a home, homeowners need to decide who to choose. How? With a little bit of expert advice and input on the overall sustainability, design and price that either team renovate, or re-build, proposes. Through Energy Matters supporting either choice, we hope to influence the families around Australia to be more energy conscious in the way they design, create, or renovate a property.

Energy Matters are proud to announce their partnership with Payright, who are specialists when it comes to buy now pay later for residential solar and battery systems.

Payright gives your customers the option to reduce their household power bills by spreading the cost of a new solar or battery system into bite-size instalments.

Did you know ?

WA Emissions vs Other States

Australia’s total greenhouse gas emissions was 535 million tonnes CO2-e in 2017. Western Australia sits around the middle of the states and territories with 91.5 Mt CO2-e reported in 2018.

Only 24.2% of the energy produced by WA is from renewable energy. Of this percentage, household solar contributes to the 25% of solar PV generation.

You can join the many Western Australians that are choosing to do their part for the environment,
whilst saving money in the process, by installing solar!

Source: https://www.cleanenergycouncil.org.au/resources/resources-hub/clean-energy-australia-report

WA Total Net Emissions

State and Territory Greenhouse Gas Inventories 2018 report found that Western Australia produced a total of 91.5 Mt CO2-e.

Stationary energy accounted for approximately 55% of all the GHG emissions. Electricity is mostly sourced from coal and gas, with a small proportion from diesel and renewable energy. Of the renewable energy sector, solar PV made up just 25% (2015).

Sources: https://www.industry.gov.au/sites/default/files/2020-05/nga-state-and-territory-greenhouse-gas-inventories-2018.pdf
https://www.wa.gov.au/organisation/energy-policy-wa/electricity-industry#:~:text=In%20Western%20Australia%2C%20the%20majority,by%20the%20Western%20Australian%20Government.



WA Homes with Solar

As of the 2016 Australian Census, there were 1,070,962 private dwellings. Of those private dwellings, 392,572 homes have a solar PV system installed – that’s 1 in 3 WA homes!

Only 2,253 of those homes have a solar battery installed. Are you one of the many Western Australians that have solar? Are you one of the few that have solar battery storage? If you answered no to either of those questions, why not speak to a local installer today?