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About Us

The Energy Hub-Australia has over 25 years of experience in the energy industry. Our portfolio of projects includes installing and designing residential and commercial solar grid-connect systems, stand alone energy systems, remote energy solutions, along with custom camping, boating, and 4×4 systems. We are based in Cairns. You can find us on 173 Scott Street, Bungalow. 


Our webstore offers a variety of quality alternative energy solutions focusing on energy efficiency and value for money. Products include solar power panels, LED lighting, hot water systems, regulators, generators, chargers and anything else required to create efficient alternative energy systems from recreational to large isolated projects.


The Energy Hub is committed to providing our customers with the best quality products at competitive prices. All product lines we stock are tested on the field by our qualified staff. We are always on the lookout for new, innovative products to fulfill our customers’ needs.


If you can’t find what you are looking for on our website or if you need help, please contact one of our friendly, knowledgeable staff and we will do our best to assist you.


Our Webstore is attended to on Monday through to Friday (excluding public holidays) 8.30am-5.00pm. 


Please Note We will be closed from 4pm Dec 20th 2019 through to 8.30am Jan 6th 2020 - any orders placed over the holiday period will be processed on January 6th 2020. 

Latest Blog

How does an Apricus Solar Hot Water system work?

Before you invest in a solar hot water system it’s good to understand how they work, and how your purchase will be advantageous to your household or business. 


New Stiebel Eltron Products

NEW single phase electric instantaneous water heater released 


VoltLogic gets grid connection approval

Renewable energy technology developer Renewable Energy Solutions Australia (RESA) has received approval for its VoltLogic power management device to connect to the grid in sections of NSW where power export limitations for larger solar systems have been introduced.


Solar Power - towards 2050

Solar Power is stronger than ever. Solar panels in 2014 are producing 4.9% more power than they were three years ago.