The Germans have a reputation for producing the best quality solar PV components in the world – and rightly so. Germany has led the way in producing the best and most consistent manufacturing methods for solar panels. This extends to the point where some factories are entirely automated for the whole end to end process. […]
For a long time, Solar panels from China have had a stigma attached to them with regards to their quality. For some manufacturers, this isn’t entirely undeserved but, there are a lot of good Chinese panels that suffer under this blanket assumption. Where did this stigma come from? In 2009 the Chinese government began offering […]
Australia’s solar revolution is well under way but with utilities offering less and less for power fed back to the grid, battery storage is the obvious next step.
Jackie Lambie’s dramatic departure from the PUP could have major implications for solar and renewable energy in Australia.
Last week’s G20 summit has certainly shown the PM that he can’t ignore climate change on the international stage. But what do recent developments mean for solar subsidies?
Australia’s century-old energy retail business model could be on the verge of collapsing. What you NEED to know.
Financial solar rebates and incentives in New South Wales have changed dramatically over the last 5 years making it difficult to find a simple answer on what you are eligible to receive when you purchase a solar system in today’s terms.
The Warburton review of the Renewable Energy Target (RET), released just over a week ago, could mean a price rise of $5,000.
The review into Australia’s Renewable Energy Target (RET) has concluded that the cost of the RET mechanism to the community “outweighs the benefit” and therefore significant change to the scheme is required. The government released the review today and it recommends that action should be taken to: “emphasize alternative, lower cost approaches to reducing emissions in the Australian economy.”