In the Aftermath of Cyclone Yasi, Queensland, Australia Chooses to Rebuild Green

The recent cyclone and flooding throughout Queensland, Australia has provided an opportunity to rebuild devastated properties in a greener way, giving a jump to the government’s rebate programs for installing solar panels, solar hot water systems and waste management systems. Households with solar panels can even sell back excess power generated to the Queensland electricity grid, providing a real incentive to go green.

Click here to read this article on the Huffington Post.

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  1. dont we undo all that green stuff the next time we have fireworks?

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