Nigel talks to solar retailers and installers about the highs and lows of the 2021 solar coaster, and finds out what’s in store for 2022.
We explore the issues and challenges of protecting consumers and regulating solar retailers in Australia with Gerard Brody, the CEO of the Consumer Action Law Centre in Melbourne.
Dive into the world of ‘ones-and-zeros’ to find out how they can help grow your business, with Warwick Johnston from Sunwiz.
Lindsay Hart from Selectronic on how deep and long-lasting relationships with technology suppliers can really make a difference.
The solar industry is facing serious shortages of hardware as well as labour. Rami Fedda from Solar Juice discusses what’s causing the supply problems and how you can minimise your risk as a result.
Views are polarised over whether the solar industry is over-regulated or under-regulated. Matthew Power and Mark Williamson from the Clean Energy Regulator discuss whether we’ve got the regulation balance right.
Finding a point of difference is essential for any business, but increasingly difficult in a crowded solar market. Kon Flaherty from Green Energy Technologies in Queensland shows how to find differentiation that cuts through.
Benoy Thanjan, CEO and founder of Reneu Energy and host of the Solar Mavericks Podcast, spells out the similarities and the stark differences in how Australia and the US are adopting solar.
From an unknown product in the mid-90s Fronius inverters now have 40% of Australia’s inverter market. Acting Sales Director of Fronius Australia, Hans Enwagner, discusses what the future holds for inverter technology and how it will impact solar businesses.
With one of the most competitive solar markets in the world, can the market sustain so much competition? Andy McCarthy from RACV Solar, who started his business in his third bedroom, discusses the risks and benefits of M&A.