Latest data from SunWiz shows Australia’s rooftop solar market is back on track in May, with the exception of some “worrying” figures coming out of NSW.
While debate builds around whether big batteries could have saved the day in Queensland on Tuesday, the benefits of having a home battery during a coal plant explosion are obvious.
The ability to use your car as a mobile energy storage and supply device is on our doorstep – or should we say, in our driveway.
UNSW’s Martin Green says the average Australian solar household will soon be installing “tens of kilowatts” on their rooftops, as costs continue to fall.
Australia breaks yet another record for rooftop solar installations, with homes and businesses adding 317MW of systems in March – an all-time high for national monthly installs.
New data shows Australians installed of more than 31,000 battery energy storage systems around the country in 2020, a 20 per cent jump on numbers in 2019.
AGL’s purchase of Epho and Solgen is a major endorsement of the booming market and the latest sign of a period of consolidation.
Australia’s rooftop solar market snaps back into gear after a well-earned slow-down in January, putting installs on track for another record-breaking year.
Victoria regulator says the days of high solar tariffs are over, as minimum FiT is slashed by one third due to falling wholesale prices.
An increasing number of households are coming up against strict limits to the amount of energy they are allowed to export to the grid, and some cannot export their solar at all.