A donated Tesla solar roof is powering a heritage merry-go-round in Buffalo, New York, not far from where the company makes its integrated PV tiles.
Victorian households can now join Australia's largest virtual power plant, as Tesla extends time-of-use, Powerwall 2 battery-based retail electricity offering to that state.
A solar and Tesla battery powered microgrid on Lord Howe Island turns six-months old, dramatically reducing the island's diesel use.
Our $8,000 investment in solar has made us effectively carbon neutral for all of the electricity we use, not just for the home, but for the electric car as well.
Plans to build a network of around 20 solar and battery powered regional Australian data centres "from Cairns to Geelong" gain momentum with new site in Victoria.
SA Water installs its 33rd solar system, this time with a battery to allow the utility better manage the fluctuating prices of the energy market.
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.
Almost all panel manufacturers have a clause in their warranties that effectively says, don’t install your panels in any shade – ever. Why is this? And is it realistic – or fair?
Treasury Wine Estates signs up to RE100 with pledge to source 100% of its electricity from renewables by 2024.
Asahi Beverages-owned CUB brewery on Gold Coast now hosts massive rooftop solar system, which will produce 150 million solar beers a year.
While debate rages over how to solve the problem of rooftop solar congested grids, Powercor has completed a major works program that has delivered impressive results.
“The market is showing signs of a contraction," says SunWiz, whose latest data shows that Coronavirus restrictions are starting to take a toll on rooftop solar growth.
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.
A ban on door-to-door sales across all Solar Victoria rebate programs has come into force, to protect consumers from "dodgy" companies and marketing tactics.
Two regional NSW businesses have won state funding towards initiatives being developed to address Australia’s growing solar panel waste problem.