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Big Question Workshops: Energy in South Australia

Roger Davies, our Managing Director was invited to present at and lead discussions at the University of South Australia cross-disciplinary Transforming Industries workshop on energy stability in South Australia.
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Fluid Solar House is TESLA approved

Recently installed Tesla car charging at Fluid Solar House
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SA electricty prices highest in the WORLD

South Australian energy costs are set to rise to the highest in the world, surpassing Denmark and taking their toll on households throughout the state, reports suggest
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Is wind power the answer?

Not if it leads to higher emissions says Stephen King.
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How to go Off-Grid

Fluid Solar House is a demonstration of the viability of off-grid living and working - a hybrid solar thermal and PV system
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Fluid Solar House from above

A drones-eye-view of Fluid Solar House with an in depth look at what's on the roof.
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Fluid Solar House Opening

Fluid Solar was excited to host a variety of local industry, government figures as well as the team that helped bring Fluid Solar House into fruition, for a morning tea event.
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Solar thermal power is the future

The challenges of integrating renewable solar energy resources into a traditional centralised fossil fuel powered electrical grid network are being graphically illustrated in South Australia this summer. Fluid Solar technology provides the solution.
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The Innovation Grid: powering ideas

The Innovation Grid is a unique coworking, start-up accelerator with communal work space and micro-offices in an off-grid, smart tech building.
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Fluid House leads world with switch to working off-grid

The world’s first off-grid multi-storey office has opened for business in Adelaide’s northern suburbs with ambitions to provide tenants with low and fixed electricity costs generated by its own solar thermal system.
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