Australian-owned partnership rolls out European technology that processes end-of-life solar modules with more than 99% material recovery rate.
Sixty public schools in New South Wales will host Australia’s largest school-based trial of solar, battery storage, and VPP technology.
Origin Energy launches online solar assessment tool to preview how PV modules might work on customer rooftops and the savings they might deliver.
Swedish furnishing giant partners with leading US solar company to offer residential PV solutions to members of its customer loyalty program.
Massive solar array at the Tonsley Innovation District to double in capacity after 80 pallets of modules air-lifted into place. Battery storage will be next.
A massive solar carport has been completed in the Netherlands countryside, where it will be used to power an annual three-day music and camping festival.
Chinese solar inverter and energy storage giant signs "Australia’s largest" solar supply contract with local distributor Solar Juice for inverters and batteries.
Research exploring potential revenue streams and consumer benefits of used solar panels has won grant funding from Energy Consumers Australia.
A solar retailer and installer faces possible jail term, with investigations underway into allegations of $1.7 million fraud.
Russia's actions underscore the value of microgrids – energy under control of local community, government, business or even household. Not from a distant source that can be cut off.
New data shows rooftop solar installs charted a 26% month-on-month decline in April, bringing two months of growth to an abrupt halt.
Victorian households wishing to get a $3,500 discount on a battery system will have to get in quickly, with a reduction in the rebate to take effect soon.
WA government to boost Rottnest Island's renewable energy supply to an average of 75% by doubling its wind and solar capacity and adding a battery.
After a couple of years of upward pressure on solar panel prices, March data finds the average cost for residential PV systems has fallen in most Australian states.
Victoria Labor government expands Solar Homes subsidy to broaden access to rebates for the installation of solar and electric hot water systems.