Angus Taylor's Integrity Review of Australia's rooftop solar sector has landed, all 63 pages and 13 recommendations. Here's what it has to say.
A time-of-use renewable energy retail offer has signed up hundreds of customers since its launch in South Australia, including homes with battery storage only.
Consumers say they want to go off-grid, or at least have smarter and more resilient community-based power supplies, after big outages caused by bushfires.
The impact of the extended Covid-19 lockdown in New South Wales is starting to show in the state’s rooftop solar market. Victoria, meanwhile, is back on the up.
Why are so many Australians sending perfectly good solar panels to the tip? Dr Nick Engerer asked the question on LinkedIn recently and the response was swift and resounding.
Solar, battery and VPP specialist shares his experience of building the “perfect” solar system, which helped flip his bill from a $500 debit to hundreds in credits.
South Australia should place a sunset date on the rooftop solar cut-off mechanism, particularly once the SA-NSW inter-connector is operational.
Not all batteries are created equal. ITP Renewables' ARENA-backed Battery Test Centre in Canberra has been putting home batteries through their paces for five years. Here are the key lessons learned.
Latest data from SunWiz shows Australia's rooftop solar market is back on track in May, with the exception of some "worrying" figures coming out of NSW.
While debate builds around whether more big batteries could have saved the day in Queensland on Tuesday, the benefits of having home batteries during a coal plant explosion are crystal clear.
UNSW's Martin Green says the average Australian solar household will soon be installing "tens of kilowatts" on their rooftops, as costs continue to fall.
Survey finds solar households overwhelmingly oppose the AEMC's proposed rooftop solar tax, but how many would rather quit the grid than pay to export their power?