Daily Archives: June 24, 2017

Melbourne Resident Believes Power wall 2 Will Result To Zero Power Bills

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Tesla Power wall in Brisbane is currently a controversial topic because of its promised benefits and one man from Melbourne claimed that the Powerwall 2 by Tesla will result to a zero in your electric bill.

The first every Powerwall 2 was installed in Melbourne in a one-storey house with three bedrooms located in Coburg. The house is owned by Brendan Fahey along with Josephine, his wife. Aside from their existing solar panel systems, they decided to add the shiny new battery manufactured by Tesla. This decision was made after a calculation made by Brendan that shows that their energy bill will go down to about zero with the help of the Powerwall 2.

It was October of last year when Powerwall 2 was announced by Tesla. This is a new version after the original Powerwall which was released in 2015. The new version was an improved model of the original and different from the original in many ways. One of the major differences between the two is the existence of a built-in inverter while the original can use one through external mediums. The Powerwall 2 also has double the capacity compared to the original because it now has 14kWh from the previous 7kWh.

The average household in Australia is said to use about 16kWh of electricity everyday or a minimum of 13.5 kWh for those in Victoria. With the help of the Powerwall 2, Australians will be able to store enough energy that could power almost the entire day and will eventually lead to their electrical bill being zero. There is also a big chance for them to move into off grid.

This is the result of the calculations made by Brendan when he tried combining the Powerwall 2 to his current solar energy system. He said that he kept a record of their electrical usage from the first day of December last year and used the electricity generated by the solar energy to create a simple formula. He took into consideration the gains and losses and it turns out that the 14kWh will be enough to power his entire home and they won’t have to worry about paying their bills. With this news, it is expected that more consumers will be interested in Tesla Powerwall in Brisbane.

Kevin From Plumb4You Expected To Educate Customers

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Continuous learning is an essential part of life. It enables us to learn new things that we don’t learn at school or through the tons of books that we read. And no matter how much time you spend reading all of those books that you can find in your city’s national library, there’s so much to learn and there are in fact, other sources in which, you can learn new things from. For example, you have a problematic toilet bowl in your mother’s bathroom and you want to learn how to get the flush going. You can look for do-it-yourself solutions from the Internet and learn how to fix the toilet bowl by yourself. Or, you can hire one professional plumber like Kevin from Plumb4You. Between the two mentioned options, it’s recommended that you choose the latter one because hiring a professional plumber takes away the possibility of you causing more problems because you insisted on trusting your amateur do-it-yourself skills. To begin with, professional plumbers have more years’ worth of experience than most amateur plumbers because they worked hard to earn certifications that yes, they can be trusted and yes, they are up for any wet and most of the time, dirty job.

While more and more people have developed the habit of hiring plumbers like Kevin from Plumb4You for their nasty plumbing problems, professional plumbers nowadays are making it a habit of theirs that every time they visit a household that requires their plumbing services, whether their septic system isn’t functioning properly or their kitchen sink just won’t stop dripping, plumbers are now explaining to their customers the problem that they are facing at the moment and, explain to them how they were able to solve the problem by using the simplest terms possible. Explaining these things to customers will also enable them to prevent doing things that have been causing the plumbing problem in the first place. If more plumbers do this and take the time to explain things, customers will see that plumbers do care about the customers’ well-being because they share helpful tips on how to prevent having the same problem and eventually, save money.

Commission Undecided On Bear Fence Proposal

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When communities are at risk of being trespassed by deadly wildlife, the community and residents of Perth contacts various Perth fence contractors in order to provide a solution to their problem. These contractors are also the same ones that built their fences at home. The Park County is now having this dilemma because the commission has not yet decided about the bear fence they have been proposing.

According to Joe Tilden, the commissioner, they would be willing to match the donation received by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. They put a limit of up to $3,500 though. Tilden relayed this to Dusty Lasseter who is a bear specialist.

Lasseter is the one who sent the proposal to the commissioners to help them gather the funds worth $7,000 in order for them to start constructing an electric fence all around the landfill which will be responsible in keeping the bears outside of the property.

The challenge proposed by Tilden to environmental groups was not agreed by other commissioners, Loren Grosskopf and Jake Fulkerson, because they are willing to give Lasseter the funds he need so that the project can be finished within the fall season.

Commissioner Tim French, on the other hand, is on Tilden’s side. The tie breaking vote then lies with the chairman Lee Livingston. He decided to go with the proposal made by Tilden and French because he believes that environmental groups should be willing to spending money on their advocacies.

The topic was able to sustain about 20 minutes of discussion during the meeting.  Livingston said that the basic problem is that bears are already on their way.

Lasseter presented the proposal along with Luke Ellsbury who is a G&F biologist and they go over the details. In the past two years, grizzly bears have been coming closer to Yellowstone County and their reach increased by 11 per cent.

Ellsbury said that they are seeing more of the bears in the outer edge of the Cody and the landfill will attract them more. Communities in Australia recognized the danger of such wildlife thus they hire companies such as Perth fence contractors in order to ensure the safety of the residents. In this case, Lasseter has already warned that it would not be good for bears to try human food rewards and this could lead to contact between bear and humans which can result to human injuries or worse.