Thirty regional W.A. schools will have their electricity costs slashed by 27% through a $5 million state government initiative launched at Port Hedland Primary.
Australian homes and businesses installed another 251MW of rooftop solar in August, even as installs in Victoria fell by nearly one-quarter.
One of Australia's largest behind-the-meter solar installations nears completion at Melbourne Airport, which is set to cut costs and carbon emissions.
ACT government extends free energy advice program to renters in bid to cut power costs for more people working from home due to Covid-19.
Just months after opening Australian orders for its 500W PV module, Trina Solar has made the leap into the 600-club, with the launch of its 600W Vertex series.
Research shows the application of gallium-doped silicon wafers can effectively mitigate the drawbacks from which silicon solar modules have long suffered.
Queensland-based solar retailer slapped with hefty fine in latest federal crackdown on telemarketing breaches by the solar industry.
Australia's secretive defence operations headquarters, HQJOC, set to be solar powered with 1.9MW solar farm.
With WA premium feed-in-tariff contracts starting to come to an end, it is a good time for solar households to consider their options.
New SonnenBatterie 10 home energy storage range unveiled in Germany, including a three-phase "islanding" solution that turns a home into a solar "power station" if the grid fails.
Covid-19 finally having some impact on Australian rooftop solar market, but May installations were still the third highest month on record.
A community solar energy cooperative based out of South Australia’s Barossa Valley region has put out the call for members, as it works to bed down its first host project.
ACT government fast-tracks solar and battery installation at two public schools, to reduce grid demand and school energy costs and provide economic stimulus.
Western Power installs first of 10 grid-connected PowerBank "community batteries" in Kalgoorlie-Bolder to support uptake of more solar and help smooth the grid.
Queensland government plan to install “virtual solar farm" across 800-plus state schools has been fast-tracked, in an effort to support industry through Covid-19 downturn.
Epho Commercial Solar's 1.7MW “urban solar plant” built to demonstrate the “tens of gigawatts” of potential for solar power generation on Australia’s industrial rooftops, has been completed and commissioned in Sydney’s west.