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first_imgNick Ryle uses energy stored in the Tesla Powerwall to recharge the Mland BMW i3 electric car at Harris Crossing Display Village. Picture: Shae Beplate.Does the thought of scrounging up the money to pay your energy account fill you with dread? If you live in Harris Crossing, those budget-blowing bills could be a thing of the past.Maidment Development Group, the developer behind Harris Crossing, is offering home buyers the option to install a Tesla Powerwall 2 Home Battery System for a fraction of the normal retail price.“Purchasing your new home at Harris Crossing not only means you’ll be building your future in Townsville’s newest premium estate, you’ll also have access to state-of-the-art technology that allows you to generate, store and use your own power, making skyrocketing energy bills a thing of the past,” said Nick Ryle, sales and marketing manager of Maidment Development Group.With an average of over 300 days of sunshine per year, Townsville is the perfect place to harness the sun’s energy.Yet without a Tesla Powerwall, solar users are limited to daylight hours to make the most of the energy produced by the sun.With a Tesla Powerwall, however, the storage system enables you to capture and store excess solar energy produced during the day for use at night, so consumers can enjoy the energy-saving advantages of the unit 24/7. In a great coup for Townsville, the Harris Crossing display village features the largest installation of Tesla Powerwall 2 in the country. “We are ahead of our southern counterparts and leading the way in the solar home battery technology revolution. This is the culmination of a lot of hard work from local suppliers and our partnering display village builders, who have come together to help put Townsville on the map,” said Nick. More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“Maidment Development Group’s new initiative is all about thinking outside the box. We don’t just take into consideration where people live, but how they live. Most Australians are looking for ways to beat the rising cost of energy bills. This offer is a great solution to that problem.” The Tesla Powerwall 2 allows homeowners to: -Store the solar energy your home harnesses during the day so you can use it at night, putting an end to skyrocketing energy bills-Use stored energy during an electrical outage-Generate revenue and turn your solar power into profit by exporting excess energy back to the grid, or potentially redistributing it to other consumers in your area-Recharge your electric car while you sleep, eliminating high fuel prices and trips to the petrol station-Take control of your own energy behaviour, understanding the how, when and why of powering your own home-Live a truly energy-independent lifestyle and save thousands of dollarslast_img read more

first_imgBACOLOD City – An initial 4,000 to 7,000 agrarian reform beneficiaries (ARBs) in southern Negros Occidental affected by the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic are expected to receive aid packages containing supplemental food and hygiene products from the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) starting this week.As of May 20, personnel of DAR Negros Occidental II-South have been preparing for the distribution of the packs. Personnel of the Department of Agrarian Reform-Negros Occidental II-South ready the food packs to be given to an initial 4,000-7,000 agrarian reform beneficiaries (ARBs) starting this week. The assistance to be provided is implemented through the “Passover: Arbold Move to Heal as One Deliverance of our ARBs from the COVID-19 Pandemic” project of the agency. DAR NEGROS 2 The DAR will also aid women ARBs through livelihood activities like egg and poultry production and hog fattening, among others. Arnulfo Figueroa, officer-in-charge Provincial Agrarian Reform program officer, said the assistance to be provided is implemented through project “Passover: Arbold Move to Heal as One Deliverance of our ARBs from the COVID-19 Pandemic,”The program is being initiated by DAR secretary John Castriciones in response to Republic Act 11469, or the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act.The agency’s P300 million funding for the activity was sourced from the reprogrammed and realigned budget of the Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Development Sustainability Program and the unobligated allotment from the different units of DAR’s Support Services Office.Provincial Agrarian Reform Program officer Enrique Paderes, for his part, said they have created a team that would focus on the implementation of the project starting from the planning stage until the post-project monitoring and evaluation.Aside from the relief goods, seedlings, fertilizers, pesticides, and farms tools will also be given to the ARB organizations, he added.center_img Earlier this month, DAR Negros Occidental II-South distributed land titles and installed 67 farmers in two areas. On May 12, a total of 57 ARBs in Barangay Abuanan, Bago City were installed on a 32.39-hectare property, while some 10 farmer-beneficiaries in Barangay Robles, La Castellana received their land titles to a 5.5658-hectare property on May 5.(With a report from PNA/PN)last_img read more