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Energy demand has been increasing across the world. The cost of energy generation has also expanded substantially in our communities. In more recent times, energy generated from renewables such as wind and photovoltaics are observed to be cheaper than fossil fuels burnt to generate our electricity requirements. Moreover, Australian government charged carbon penality to the non solar PV system houses and provided rebate to the solar energy users (Arif et al., 2013). These form of energy not only reduce energy costs but also reduces greenhouse gas emissions as well. Communities across metropolitan Australia is increasingly using photovoltaic

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Photovoltaics Renewable energy technology Renewable energy Energy economics Photovoltaic system Grid-connected photovoltaic power system Solar power National Renewable Energy Laboratory Sustainable energy Stand-alone power system Solar power by country
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Photovoltaics Renewable energy technology Renewable energy Energy economics Photovoltaic system Grid-connected photovoltaic power system Solar power National Renewable Energy Laboratory Sustainable energy Stand-alone power system Solar power by country
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In more recent times, energy generated from renewables such as wind and photovoltaics are observed to be cheaper than fossil fuels burnt to generate our electricity requirements. Moreover, Australian government charged carbon penality to the non solar PV system houses and provided rebate to the solar energy users (Arif et al., 2013). These form of energy not only reduce energy costs but also reduces greenhouse gas emissions as well. Communities across metropolitan Australia is increasingly using photovoltaic (or solar) panels used on the rooftops of their houses to save money on their energy bills. However, the direct benefits and risks associated with such grid connected systems are not clear. On the other hand, the trend in rural and remote communities has been the expansion of standalone solar systems coupled w...
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