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Albury Wodonga Solar Power Company Visiting Small Regional Towns to Share Reprieve on High Costs


VICTORIA, Australia Novemer, 2013 – According to a report released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS)* the average Australian household spent $39 per week on electricity and gas for their homes in 2012. With rising costs of living, many Australians are now turning to solar power as a way to reduce their impact on the environment, and the impact on their pockets. With over 1 million rooftops in Australia hosting solar panels, Albury Wodonga solar power company Anything Solar says there’s still a lot more to be done.

“We started this solar business to encourage homes and businesses to save money while doing their bit to protect our environment and I’m happy to say so far we have achieved that beyond our wildest dreams,” says Anything Solar Director Bobbi McKibbin. “But for Australia to truly make a dent in the amount of electricity we consume from traditional sources, we all need to work together and unfortunately many solar companies have left a bad taste in the mouths of some communities by being fly by nighters that fly in and fly out never to be seen again, we want to show that there is a solar company here that does care and is here to offer all sorts of assistance to our customers –we believe there’s a big difference to be made in smaller towns.”

Business partners Bobbi McKibbin, Brett Emo, Angela and Steven McDonald and their travelling Albury Wodonga solar power team are conducting town visits in ‘usually-forgotten’ towns across Victoria and New South Wales, including Chiltern on the 28th of November, followed by more towns early in 2014 , where they will set up camp in the most popular area of the town with their trailer and gazebo, and provide much-needed information to local residents and businesses about grid-connected solar power and hybrid solar power systemsThey are even inviting locals to bring their electricity bills with them and ask any questions they may have about just how solar can reduce their environmental impact whilst at the same time, putting more money back into the family purse through power savings.

“It’s important to us that people feel they can explore their options for solar power without feeling they are being ‘sold to’. We know people have had enough of hard sales and getting ripped off in the solar industry …. It’s a tough market and we’re committed to being different by answering questions openly and truthfully to help people come to the decision that’s best for them,” says Bobbi.

Albury Wodonga grid-connected solar power systems supplier Anything Solar has been operating in Albury Wodonga since 2003 and is one of the region’s longest running 100% locally owned and operated sustainable energy solutions company. Find out how this Albury Wodonga solar power company can help when it arrives in a town nearby at


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