Smart energy solutions for Broome North

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An innovative pilot program for residents to reduce their power bills and give them greater control over their energy usage is underway in Broome North.

Visiting the project area , Energy Minister Ben Wyatt said the program involved installing Smart Sun household energy packages through an incentive scheme to existing Broome North residents and future property owners in the estate.

The package includes rooftop solar panels, a storage battery and inverter combined with ‘smart’ appliances including air-conditioning, pool filtration and hot water systems.

An energy management system and mobile app will enable customers to track their energy usage and potentially reduce their energy consumption.

Established homeowners taking part in the pilot program are having their homes retrofitted with the technology package.

While all of the properties are still connected to the existing network, the package will enable households to use solar-generated electricity to satisfy the majority of their energy needs.

The Smart Sun pilot program is a joint project between Horizon Power and Landcorp, and forms part of Horizon Power’s broader strategy to expand the capacity of its existing network to cope with higher levels of solar energy for residents in remote and regional Western Australia.

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