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TESLA Powerwall 2 in Algarve!!Now SHS Solar Solutions is the first in Europe to deliver TESLA POWERWALL 2 !! Since the release of TESLA Powerwall all hell broke loose. Now, already their new generation is launched, with more then double capacity.

SHS is the exclusively authorised reseller for Algarve.

supermoonThe Supermoon that will occur on November 14th, 2016, will be the closest a Full Moon has been to Earth since January 25, 1948.

A Supermoon happens when a Full Moon or New Moon coincides with the Moon's closest approach to Earth; also called perigee. A Super Full Moon looks around 12% to 14% bigger than its counterpart, the Micromoon.

Aljezur Swimming Pools implement energy efficiency solutionsOn September 14th the municipality of Aljezur, in partnership with the SANDY-Regional Agency of energy and environment of the Algarve, received the Group of European partners that integrate the project Nearly Zero-Energy Sports Facilities.

This is a project which aims to assess the energy situation of a set of 18 sports facilities of the European Union, more specifically Portugal, Netherlands, Italy, Cyprus, Ireland, Denmark and Croatia, to subsequently seek to define and implement a package of innovative energy efficiency solutions to reduce more than 50% of current energy consumption.

Monchique Fire in PicturesWith thanks to photographer, David Pickering, who shares some shots of the September fire aftermath in Monchique lest we forget the vast area consumed and the extraordinary effort from local bombeiros, air support and the Army to put out the flames and to stop them re-igniting.

If you have photos of this event that you want to share, please send them to fire@algarvedailynews.com

windfarmseaPortugal is set to begin phasing out support for utilities generating renewable power, a top government official said, as Lisbon tackles high electricity prices that are hampering efforts to bolster its struggling economy.

The secretary of state for energy, Jorge Seguro Sanches, told Reuters there will be no abrupt changes to contracts or legislation, while the eight-month old government will keep promoting renewable energy and push for power links with central Europe and Morocco in north Africa to develop energy exports.