Tesla gauging interest in its solar modules and solar tile products, while IKEA brings its flat pack solar package to Australia. Plus: Suspensions in regulator crackdown.
Big contractor quits the solar market, spelling big trouble for the big solar sector, even as rooftop continues its boom.
Sunwiz director Warwick Johnston on the past year and 2020 forecasts, and what we learned from the bushfires.
We look back at the highlights and the lowlights of the solar industry in 2019, and take a vox-pop of industry folk from the recent Sundowners.
Rooftop solar installations continue at record rate, but new technologies - and new thinking - ensure that this turns out to be a major asset to the grid, rather than the liability it is sometimes portrayed.
New reports from market operator and the market regulator point to changing shape of the grid, lower emissions and falling costs - partly driven by growth of rooftop solar.
Crap solar. What is it? And how do we stop it from happening and ensure good quality? A special podcast from All Energy conference in Melbourne explains all.
Government caught out lying on emissions, solar installs at record high, and first impressions of Model 3 and Fonzarelli’s new electric motorbike.
New data shows that the cost of solar PV continues to fall dramatically, while Victoria’s solar rebate program hits another hurdle just days after government broadened the program.
Victoria premier hints at changes to solar rebate scheme. Meanwhile, why some installers go to jail. And some good news.