Colonial First State backs commercial solar plan to roll out up to 9MW of PV panels and 12MWh of battery storage across 15 major shopping centres.
Court of Appeal reserves judgment on Queensland government bid to have controversial solar rules reinstated, after they were ruled invalid by Supreme Court.
1.3MW of rooftop solar installed across 19 Western Sydney Catholic schools, to cut grid power supply by 25%, save a collective $1 million a year on electricity.
Solar industry exhales as Queensland Supreme Court throws out controversial, potentially crippling solar rule change. State government promises to appeal the decision.
Solar farm investor-backed project developer score Supreme Court win over Queensland government’s controversial new solar rules.
Queensland energy minister says controversial new solar rules will result in a more highly skilled workforce, and won’t get in way of state’s renewable energy target.
Electricians body says new rules on solar installations are no good. “Our members didn’t do 4-year electrical apprenticeship (to) lift heavy solar panels.”
Solar labourers forced to down tools, says CEC, as Queensland solar businesses scramble to accommodate “absurd” new rule and 50% renewables target at risk.
CEC says Queensland government’s looming large-scale solar installation rule change contradicts itself – making it both confusing and potentially industry-crippling.
Last-ditch plea from Clean Energy Council to delay and reconsider a Queensland big solar rule change that threatens to cripple the state’s booming commercial sector.