Two record-setting solar PV installations in Melbourne's CBD – largest ever retrofitted to a Melbourne apartment block and the highest commercial system in Australia – represent "new frontier" in switch to solar.
Solar with meaning: Brisbane City Council captures the spirit of the clean energy revolution, installing a 100kW solar array at a former coal-fired plant.
A Queensland shopping centre has installed a 636kW solar carpark, giving it the title of Australia's largest – but not for long.
A retired arts consultant is leading a push to encourage 100 businesses in northern NSW to install 2MW of rooftop solar, and save money.
A Northern Territory supermarket has installed a 60kW rooftop solar system through a power purchase agreement that will save it 25% on energy costs.
After a trial that cut its electricity use by 70%, St Vincent de Paul has installed a 25kW solar system on its regional HQ and Vinnies shop in Lismore, NSW.
Adelaide Airport to install largest solar PV system at an Australian airport on its short-term car park roof.
A Mildura not-for-profit aged care facility is projected to save $40,000 a year after installing just under 100kW of solar on its rooftops – an investment that will be paid off in under three years.
New projects in Queensland illustrate the perfect fit of Australia's rapidly expanding aged care industry, and commercial solar.
ACT government to install 500kW solar system at Canberra Hospital as part of a $3.3m energy upgrade that will save it $490k a year on energy bills.