Remember the predictions that the solar market would consolidate from 4000 businesses to four or forty major solar companies serving the Australian market? The opposite happened.
2017 saw almost 1.1 GW of rooftop PV installed and at least another 0.1 GW of PV above 100kW commissioned. What’s in store for 2018?
2017 has been a year of records for Australian solar power, and the year’s not even finished yet. Here are 10 of the highlights so far…
Tesla and LG Chem are leading the battery storage market in terms of brand recognition, but the issue of quality throws up some other names.
Millions of low-quality solar panels have been installed on Australian roofs, mostly because mums and dads lacked the expertise to differentiate panel quality.
2016 turned out to be record breaking year for solar, in many regards. You’ll get all the information you need here, but here are some of the highlights.
There’s plenty of early adopters out there who will buy battery storage regardless of the return on investment, because early adopters like the technology and the independence it offers.
Rooftop solar installations in Australia remained static in April with a total of 56MW installed for the month – 11% less than this time last year.
Solar power in Australia has grown to 5 gigawatts and was the largest source of new power in the country in 2015. It now represents 9% of Australia’s total electricity generation capacity.
Australia now hosts 1.5 million solar power systems. That’s equivalent to 18% of Australian households owning a PV system.