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These bird scarers discourage birds from returning to properties
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06/12/12 - While many of them are beautiful native animals that produce a soothing sound, various bird species create mess, damage properties and crops and carry harmful diseases.
Solar powered electric fences reduce demand on the grid
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29/11/12 - Solar power usage is becoming increasingly widespread in Australia as homeowners choose to install solar panels and report impressive savings on their electricity bills.
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10/10/12 - When growers grade out sunburnt fruit they also throw out healthy profits. By using existing technologies growers can increase their profits.
Ensure solar powered electric fences and gates undergo safety checks
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11/09/12 - Rod Stowe, NSW Fair Trading Commissioner stresses the importance of avoiding contact with solar panels, or equipment powered by solar electricity after a flood.
It is important that we recover from drought in an efficient yet speedy manner
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03/09/12 - The third component of the National Drought Policy highlights the need for strategies that ensure the nation recovers from drought in an efficient yet sustainable manner.
Hawk Bird Scarers can be used to scare rosella's away from rose gardens
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10/08/12 - Hawk Bird Scarers can be used to protect rose gardens from bird damage as they scare them away in a harmless manner.
Bird scarers protect crops in an environmentally friendly manner
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09/08/12 - Hawk Bird Scarers effectively protect fruit, nut, berry and broad acre crops by playing on the instinctive fear that birds have of hawks and scaring them away.
SEA states that it will vigorously promote a target of 30% sustainable energy use by 2030
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12/07/12 - Incorporated in July 2002, the Sustainable Energy Association of Australia is the peak business body representing the sustainable energy industry, and enterprises that support sustainable energy.
AEGA notes that geothermal energy is low cost, emissions free, reliable and secure
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12/07/12 - The Australian Geothermal Energy Association was established in 2007 to promote and accelerate the development and commercialisation of geothermal energy resources in Australia.
SEIA is committed to creating better, more efficient and cheaper ways to generate solar power
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10/07/12 - Formed in 2007 in response to industry demand, the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) brings together all those with a passion for, and interest in, solar power and resources.
AUSTELA believes that solar thermal power makes sense both economically and environmentally
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10/07/12 - The Australian Solar Thermal Energy Association was formed in January 2011 with the aim of improving the investment environment for solar thermal power generation in Australia.
Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR)
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09/07/12 - The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) is an arm of the Australian Government’s Official Development Assistance Program.

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