The national average Australian solar PV system size hit 5kW in June, a landmark development pushed by increasing uptake in commercial solar.
It’s been a long time coming, but the Clearing House has shifted, rewarding those who holding out since early 2011 to get $40 for their STCs.
The residential solar market in Australia is in decline, but the commercial scale market is offering new opportunities.
Most of the quick pay-back roofs have already been taken up. But the market for commercial scale solar on business rooftops is largely untapped.
Task 1 of the IEA PVPS is all about collecting, collating, analyzing, and disseminating information about national solar markets.
The Australian solar industry in 2014 showed it was good with numbers, geography and with science. But it’s still lousy at communication, and cuts corners.
Research shows rooftop solar exports are higher than most estimates, which means most systems are paying network fees for well over half their generation.
Australian household rooftop solar installations are steady, Queensland continues to lead, and commercial scale solar is growing.
In Australia’s highly competitive solar industry, five major PV retailers hold only 15% national market share. So who’s leading where, and by how much?
This month, Australia reached 3GW of rooftop solar. So who is installing solar PV, where are they installing it, and how have the systems changed?