German battery storage specialist VARTA enters Australia market, attracted by huge solar uptake and growing push to “aggregated” systems.
Two separate reports illustrate the vital role communities will play in the success or failure of Australia’s shift to a renewable powered grid.
Rooftop solar reaches 2GW mark in Queensland, but latest monthly installations sees NSW pipping sunshine state as biggest market in February.
Right wing politicians and media pushing trumped up figures to call for reduction in rooftop solar incentives in a campaign reminiscent of the “$100 lamb roast.”
Carnegie Clean Energy negotiates plans for 10MW solar farm, with up to 10MWh battery storage, in an industrial estate in south-western W.A.
Mount Alexander Shire to install 14.5kW solar PV on heritage listed visitor centre building, as part of zero carbon 2025 goal.
Oz Minerals to build solar and storage plant at flagship mine in first move to use renewables to supply big mining projects. It also signs a deal to share costs of new transmission line with developer of solar tower plant.
JinkoSolar has been awarded the “Top Brand PV” seal in the Australian, German, and Austrian markets by EuPD Research, Europe’s leading sustainability research firm.
California notches new solar records for peak production and supply, boosted by a couple of mild and sunny early Spring days.
New analysis shows “extraordinary” amount of rooftop solar installed in February, with more homes seeking to “max out” available roof space with modules.
It’s official: CER data says Australian homes and businesses installed record total of 1057MW of solar, mostly on rooftops, in 2017.