Corporations are entering the renewables market in force, and they will find much to like in the community-scale solar market.
AFL team Kangaroos will cut grid power consumption by nearly 25% with 200kW solar system installed at Nth Melbourne HQ.
ACT govt-funded installation of 500kW solar array is underway at Canberra Hospital, part of project that will save it $490,000 by 2017-18.
A huge $60,000 raised in 30-day Pozible campaign rounds off $120,000 for 99kW PV system at Abbotsford Convent in Melbourne – Australia’s largest crowd-funded solar project, to date.
A 194kW solar system with 250kWh of battery storage installed at Bundaberg Christian College will cut the school's grid power use by 80% and save it up to $100,000 a year.
The People’s Solar has launched its most ambitious project yet, to raise $120k for a 99kW solar system for Melbourne's Abbotsford Convent. If successful, it will be Australia's largest crowd-funded solar project, to date.
CEFC teams with Westpac and energy services company Verdia to help Australian businesses with energy saving, electric vehicles.
The University of Melbourne has launched a tender for the installation of 1.8MW of rooftop solar systems across its Victorian campuses, as part of a $9.1m program of works financed by the CEFC.
The owner of a Ballarat motel has installed an 83kW rooftop solar system, not just to cut electricity costs, but to slash thousands of dollars off its monthly laundry bill. Here's how.
CEFC funded 1.8MW rooftop solar array installed at Ayers Rock Resort in Central Australia will supply 15 per cent of the huge complex's energy needs, cut its dependence on diesel.