In recent months, Australia’s energy supply has catapulted from a pressing issue to a hot button topic. Electrical outages are now more common and electricity prices are going through the roof. It’s little wonder so many Australians (most especially those in South Australia and Victoria) are feeling frustrated at being left without the basic utilities they need to keep their lives ticking along.
Taking stock of your home power usage - and wondering how you can make your energy mix that little bit greener? Then it’s worth considering natural gas. At a time when alternative energy innovations are big news, one environmentally friendly option has been in front of us all along.
Combining the efficiency of a solar system with the reliability of a gas system is a powerful and economical way to power your premises. Here’s how to go about it.
Essential things every builder needs to know about connecting natural gas in a new home.
Every day more Australians are looking to connect to natural gas in Australia. To promote natural gas and assist new customers connect, Australian Gas Networks is currently offering a number of natural gas rebates for existing home customers. Read on to find out more about the rebates and savings that you could pass onto your customers.
Australian homes are some of the biggest in the world. We break down this growing trend in the Aussie real estate market, and take a look at how we stack up internationally.
Barbecuing is a huge part of Australian culture. Whether it’s to celebrate Australia Day in summer or the Grand Final, chargrilling and smoking is central to our way of life. MasterChef contestant Sam Gant rounds up the top recipes for your natural gas powered barbie.
If you’re looking to bring your next renovation to life, natural gas is worth exploring. We look at what’s worth considering
Whether you’re fixing a problem or looking for a more efficient solution, connecting gas to your existing home is a no brainer.
When it comes to powering your home, choosing between gas and electricity is one of the biggest decision you’ll make. Whether it’s the price of energy, the efficiency of appliances, or your home’s carbon footprint, there are several things to consider when making your choice.
When it comes to powering your home or office, we’re told we need to reduce our reliance on the electricity grid. And although we can’t all be completely self-sufficient, we can all do our bit to help reduce carbon footprint.
When disaster strikes and hot water is a necessity, temporary hot water systems can make sure the showers are still hot. Here’s everything you need to know about emergency hot water kettles.
Do you know what type of energy mix is best suited to your home? Whether you’re considering moving house, or you’re in the process of building a new home, understanding how energy is most efficiently used throughout the home will help you get your energy mix right.
From surfing on the Gold Coast to sitting by the pool and grilling lamb chops for lunch, Australians know how to make the most of the outdoors. Here are some of the best ways that natural gas is powering the Aussie outdoors.