Articles by Giles Parkinson and Nigel Morris

Solar Insiders Podcast: Murdoch media’s attack on solar

A breakdown of the Murdoch media’s ham-fisted attempt to demonise rooftop solar incentives, and Nigel Morris catches out some solar cowboys.

Solar Insiders Podcast: Sales in the gutter

It has been a great year for solar, but as we reveal today, there are still some disturbing sales practices taking place. Customers be warned.

Solar Insiders Podcast: Highs and lows, best and worst of 2018

It’s been a huge year for solar in Australia in 2018. In the final podcast of the year, we review the highs and lows, the best and the worst, and take a peek at next year.

Solar Insiders Podcast: The RCR collapse; and two great new solar initiatives

This week we go to Sundowners, discuss the collapse of RCR, and interview Andrea Gaffney from Planet Renewables, and Chris McGrath from solar innovators 5B.

Solar Insiders Podcast: Elon Musk’s catching mitt, battery storage everywhere

Elon Musk’s giant catching mitt, new battery storage schemes, and the ongoing crackdown on crap solar.

Solar Insiders Podcast: Fair Dinkum, we’re serious about solar power

The Solar Insiders team gets Fair Dinkum about solar, because that’s what we do, that’s who we are, that’s what we are about. Do you have a strawberry?

Solar Insiders Podcast: Lassoing solar cowboys in Victoria

We talk to Solar Victoria and its pre-emptive strike against solar cowboys who moved in to try and fleece consumers in Victoria’s massive solar program.

Solar Insiders Podcast: Solar’s big year, and Senec storage

Solar’s big year, an interview with German battery storage maker Senec, and a round-up of the highlights of the All Energy conference.

Solar Insiders Podcast: Why are some councils turning off solar?

Some councils have rejected large scale and rooftop solar installations. Plus: A preview of the All-Energy conference.

Solar Insiders Podcast: Sonnen CEO on why Australia is leading market for battery storage

An interview with Sonnen CEO Christoph Ostermann, plus a look at why the states are taking the lead on battery storage, AGL’s withdrawal from residential solar, and much more.