Solar Insiders Podcast November 15

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Australia has just enjoyed its biggest month ever, but it could have been even stronger if it were not for China’s appalling air pollution. In this week’s Solar Insiders podcast, Giles Parkinson and Nigel Morris discuss how the closure of factories in China is making it harder to source solar panels, and why the boom in EVs (overseas) are making inverters also hard to access.

In other news, we discuss further crack-downs on dodgy installers, the latest changes to the SRES rules, and the bold renewable energy vision emerging from South Australia.

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  • Brian Tehan

    I was told by my installation company that the threatened US (Trump) tariff on Chinese solar panels has resulted in panic buying in the USA, resulting in shortages in the smaller markets like Australia. This would be another significant factor.