PV giant Longi warns Australian solar developers to brace for module supply constraints and short term price volatility as three major polysilicon makers face difficulties.
Australia’s market operator suggests that half of Australia’s power supply will come from solar within two decades. Who is going to build it? And at what cost?
The ongoing patent dispute saga between four leading solar panel manufacturers continues, with Hanwha Q-Cells winning an infringement case in Germany.
Solar technology efficiencies always seem to be increasing. How did we get here and what does it mean for bankable, bifacial projects in Australia?
Leading solar manufacturer Longi launches new product on Australian market, while AEMO pushes for new inverter standards and ability to “switch off” rooftop solar when needed.
Chinese PV giant launches HiMo 4 series of solar modules in Australia, promising more power, higher energy conversion efficiency, and lower installation costs.
China PV manufacturer joins RE100 with pledge to use renewable energy only by 2028, says it “firmly believes” world can get to 100% renewables by 2050.
Beryl solar farm near Mudgee – which is contracted to the NSW government’s north west Sydney Metro project – begins production.
UPDATED: Hanwha Q Cells extends Australian patent infringement fight, with new Federal Court filing against REC Group, Sol Distribution and BayWa.
A legal stoush that has been unfolding in Europe and the US between some of the world’s biggest solar PV manufacturers has reached Australian shores.