A couple of months ago I wrote about how summer was coming to an end, and it was time to think of energy efficient heating options and so on. It seems the Summer of 2018 in Australia doesn't want to end. Mid-April and you can beach it as if we're right in the middle of summer. The sweltering heat is relentless and just won't let up.
Recently I stumbled across an intriguing manifesto which I found incredibly exciting both personally and professionally. Replacing Gas boiler systems to heat pumps in homes can reduce carbon emissions by 60% it states, and phasing out gas boilers for heating homes by 2021 in the Netherlands.
In the past and still with a lot of perception even today, if a product is made in China then the quality must be on the lower end. Among many buyers in the West, the perception continues to persist.
Looking for great business opportunities can be quite mind boggling these days, particularly if you have not pinpointed a niche or a specific market.
So how does one identify and recognize a suitable and feasible business opportunity?
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As summer is coming to end and the cooler months are fast approaching maintaining comfort living is beckoning a reversed approach.
As our gorgeous City, Sydney experiences rapid growth, we also tend to experience set backs, additional traffic obviously one the major ones. Road works is a major undertaking, yes great for the future of the City, however in the meantime we gotta wear it, right?
In todays constant evolving technologies, it seems most places and things are going smart and green. From the way we shop, using our phones, to home appliance, cars and now even the way we take holidays.
The gas prices in Australia are on the rise, and unfortunatly theres not much that can be done to stop it. Like alot of Australia's resources and products, there is a high demand for these needed worldwide, which in this case is natural gas. The main purchaser at the moment is predomanatly Asia ; China, Japan and Korea with 7 out of 10 export plants liquidfying gas and sending it to these destinations.
The benefits of Renewable Energy are highly extensive as discussed in our previous blog. Taking these benefits into account, the Government markets their CSR efforts through Government Rebates for Renewable Energy. This is typically known as the Renewable Energy Scheme, which is an incentive for individuals and small businesses. The incentive encourages the Australia society to install small-scale Renewable Energy systsems. These can include: