Baldivis leads the way for renewable energy installations in WA

Staff ReportersSound Telegraph
Baldivis is the WA leader in small-scale renewable system installations.
Camera IconBaldivis is the WA leader in small-scale renewable system installations. Credit: Stock image

Baldivis continues to be the State leader in renewable energy installation, with 214 small-scale systems installed during the second quarter of this year.

Data collected by the Clean Energy Regulator showed that from the April-June quarter there was 9693 small-scale systems installed in WA, in addition to the 9797 systems installed in the previous quarter of 2019.

Wellard faired second best locally with 205 systems installed, 117 were installed in Waikiki, Warnbro, Shoalwater and Safety Bay, 98 across Kwinana, 62 in Port Kennedy, 62 in Rockingham, Hillman and Cooloongup, 45 in Secret Harbour, 28 in Golden Bay and 19 in Singleton.

West Australian homes and businesses installed a mix of air source heat pumps, solar PV panels and solar water heaters, which all use or generate renewable electricity which replaces electricity generated from non-renewable sources.

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