FourFourSeconds ago, Diy Horse Solarium unveiled a solarium home on the outskirts of Sydney.

The house is a project of Diy’s, a furniture and design company, and it was designed by a local Sydney architect.

The project is being made possible by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), which supports local renewable energy projects through the $7 billion Solar Roof Infrastructure Fund (SRIF).

The $7bn SRIF is designed to provide finance to local projects to develop energy storage systems for households and businesses.

Diy is the only Australian company to receive funding from ARENA to build a solar roof.

Solarium is a small business, employing a team of seven people to provide solar panels to households and small businesses.

The Solar Roof project was the brainchild of Diya’s head of design and construction, Scott Williams, and the firm’s executive director, John Dyer.

“We built the project around the idea of solariums being used as an energy storage system,” Williams said.

“What we’re doing with solarium is to build solarium and build solar power.

It’s really just the first step of a larger vision.”

Solarium’s solarium solar power project.

Image: Diy Horses Solarium projectA solarium can store up to 30 kilowatts of solar energy and is able to be connected to a home’s electricity grid.

The energy can be used for electricity generation or used to run a solar water heater or solar cooker.

Solaris energy is distributed by a solar power substation and solar power station.

Solar energy can also be used to charge smartphones, laptops and other devices.

Solar’s solar power is stored in batteries that are charged by solar panels.

The batteries are also powered by solar energy, but Diy says solar energy is used to power a range of solar panels, from the base of the roof to the front of the house.

“The panels are also the power source for the solar water heaters,” Williams explained.

“If we can make solar water in Australia, there will be solar water available for our customers.”

There’s been a lot of interest in solar energy technology from around the world and we are delighted to be working with Australian developers to help build solar projects that are part of a national solution.

“Solar energy will also be available to solar customers to provide electricity when the sun is not shining.

Williams said the solarium project was a “symbol of hope and a commitment to Australia’s energy future”.”

This is a key part of the wider Solar Roof scheme.””

Solarium has made a significant investment in Australia and has grown as a local business, but this is a unique opportunity to see the solar power technology that is part of its core technology used by Sydney and regional communities.”

This is a key part of the wider Solar Roof scheme.