I don’t think we’re anywhere near having a solar-powered power station by 2020.
I think the technology has evolved enough that we’ll get one by 2025, and I think that will be at least partly thanks to the rise of the micro-grid.
That’s why it’s such a huge deal to have a solar station on your neck of our woods.
In the coming decades, as our population grows, so will the need for electricity and there’s a real opportunity for people to be powered by renewables.
A solar farm could be a great way to help with that.
The future of the solar energy sector has always been uncertain, but this year has seen a shift towards a lot more certainty.
In June, we were told that Australia’s wind farm was going to be shut down.
In March, we learnt that the country’s new $100bn solar-energy scheme would be shuttered, and that we’d have to import the electricity from another country to get electricity from the windfarm.
Now the industry is back in a position to deliver a lot of the energy that we need.
But I think a lot will depend on the way we get to the point where we can actually deliver energy to our homes.
The industry is growing rapidly, but there’s still a lot to do.
The energy-efficiency industry is booming, but it’s only just getting going.
This is going to become the biggest energy-consumption sector in the country, and we’ll have to invest in our homes to make sure that we get that level of energy efficiency, or we’ll run out of that energy in a hurry.
But solar energy is still a relatively new technology.
A lot of people don’t realise how much it’s changed over the past 20 years.
It’s been something that was on the back burner for so long that you might not even know that there was a solar energy market in Australia until you see some statistics.
And it’s very exciting.
There’s a lot that can be done with solar energy in terms of getting rid of the power grid and making it easier for people who live in urban centres to have access to solar power.
You can install solar panels and you can charge a mobile phone with solar power, and it’s really simple to do all this.
You just plug a device into the solar panel and it powers itself.
You don’t need to get an inverter, so it’s an environmentally friendly way to power your devices.
But that doesn’t mean you can just plug it in for a while and then put it in your car, and then plug it into your fridge or a washing machine.
That will just leave a mess of carbon emissions.
It also means you need to be careful about how you install solar.
It can be a little tricky to set up your solar panels properly, and there are still some very small installations that are only going to fit a small part of your roof.
It takes a lot longer to install a solar array, which can be very costly.
But then again, a lot can change in two years.
We’re at a point where people can actually get access to that level.
There are some big things happening with solar, but at the moment, it’s just not quite ready for prime time.
You have to be very careful when you’re installing your solar system.
It needs to be installed correctly and properly secured, and be able to handle the sun’s heat and light and reflect the sun into a solar farm.
You also need to ensure that the panels aren’t overcharged by putting too much electricity into the system, because you can’t control that.
You’re just letting the solar farm take over, and you don’t know if it’s going to do the job for you or not.
Solar farms have always been controversial, and they’re still very much in the early stages of development.
They’re still being built and tested in different countries around the world, and sometimes they can’t even be operational for a few years.
But they’re very promising, and if you look at the market, solar is the number one energy source that people want to have.
There were a lot who thought that the time was right for a solar electricity project in Australia.
Now that the industry has been growing at a rapid pace, there’s just so much more certainty in terms to when we’ll see solar power coming online, because it’s a very good investment opportunity for Australians.