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With the Australian capital set to become the first major city in the country to go solar, a new survey has revealed that many people are still not sure what to do with their old appliances.

With the rise of the solar industry in the city, and the recent launch of the city’s first solar cafe, the Brisbane Council has recently been trying to figure out what to build with their new energy.

The city is planning to launch its first solar powered cafe in March, with a goal of having up to 80 solar powered devices installed throughout the city.

But with many people still unsure what to install, the council has now asked people to help them by answering a simple survey, which has found that nearly a third of Brisbane residents were unsure about the best places to install solar panels.

The survey, conducted by the council, asked residents to complete a survey about their energy usage.

A further 25 per cent of the people were unsure if they would be able to afford to install panels, but when asked to choose between the most efficient, efficient, and most environmentally friendly solutions, more than a quarter chose panels.

This was also the case with the two cheapest solutions, which were the cheapest to install and the cheapest in terms of the cost per square foot.

The survey also found that most people had been asked if they knew how to properly install solar equipment, and that almost one in three people were not aware of the installation process.

Brisbane’s first city-wide solar cafe will be located at the Brisbane City Council’s City Centre.

It will be open from May 15 to May 22.

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