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    Default Useful info for photo voltaic installations

    Here are some clarifying, uptodate PDFs that I found useful,
    however they cover only the NSW and QLD legislation.

    I had to subscribe to get them but they seem to be open for all.






    Not recommending the associated company. I am with another that I am not happy with and just discovered this info while doing some research for possible alternatives.
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    Hey I recognise the sheila on page 4. She's also in listings by a certain ebay solar panel dealer. Wearing the same shirt too.

    I got a letter in the mail the other day for a solar grid tie in guvunmint subsidy. I made a paper aeroplane out of it, but it crashed due to all the inbuilt spin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Learjet View Post
    Hey I recognise the sheila on page 4...
    Nah... stay away from her, the bloke smothering her is a big turn off and she doesn't look like she can cook either.
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    Site seems to be down at the moment.

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