Australian solar innovator 5B is enjoying an incredible year - including attracting interest from a US energy giant. Co-founder Chris McGrath explains why.
US-based Orison, backed by Origin, is developing plug-and-play batteries that can be installed by the householder and hopes to trial it in Australia this year.
Big news in the past solar week, with leading C&I contractor Todae Solar in voluntary administration and the regulator reviving talk of a network fee for solar exports.
CSIRO releases new forecasts for solar, battery and electric vehicles, while more solar firms under pressure from Covid-19 despite overall resilience of rooftop solar market.
As the Australian rooftop solar market continues to boom, Stefan Jarnason from Solar Analytics joins the podcast to discuss the new monitoring guide, and why it’s good for consumers.
Sean Guzzi from Clenergy joins Solar Insiders to discuss how the industry his coping with the changes imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic, while the regulator cracks down on poor behaviour.
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.
Sunwiz director Warwick Johnston on the uptake of battery storage by Australian homes. And we ask the question: Has Covid-19 killed crap solar?
Rooftop solar on a Covid-coaster, the last of the one-for-one tariffs, and Tindo Solar’s Glenn Morelli on battery storage boom and plans to expand module factory.
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought great uncertainty to the solar industry. Demand is up in some quarters, and down in others. But there is real fear of a brutal slowdown.