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Natural Solar is an Australian owned solar power company with offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Brisbane.
North Ryde
NSW
2113
Ultra Greensun are a family business offering clean, affordable and high quality solar energy products.
Dodges Ferry
TAS
7173
AmbriSolar offers commercial solar 10-100kW 3-phase systems for business and commercial property owners in Western Australia.
Perth
WA
6005
Power Trip Services has always been dedicated to customer satisfaction. Focusing on clients needs is what sets us above the rest.
Burpengary
QLD
4505
Daniel Shea Electrical & Solar is a Gladstone based company providing solar power systems & solar PV panels.
Benaraby
QLD
4680
Energy Dynamics is an electrical company specialising in smart buildings and embedded parallel generation.
Wellington Point
QLD
4160

Solar Power & Renewable Energy News

JinkoSolar unveils new product

JinkoSolar unveils new product

JinkoSolar Cheetah module has recently been launched and is one of the world’s highest-performing, commercially mass-produced monofacial modules, bringing the industry into the new age of PV 4.0 with mainstream module output of 400Wp. The Cheetah series has created a new benchmark for ultra-high performing modules in metrics including output, limited degradation, shade tolerance and durability.

Rooftop solar tops two million

Rooftop solar tops two million

The Australian solar industry has achieved another record-breaking milestone, with the number of households now enjoying the benefits of rooftop solar reaching a whopping two million.

Carbon emissions will reach 37 billion tonnes in 2018, a record high

Carbon emissions will reach 37 billion tonnes in 2018, a record high

Carbon dioxide (CO₂) emissions from fossil fuels and industry are projected to rise more than 2% (range 1.8% to 3.7%) in 2018, taking global fossil CO₂ emissions to a new record high of 37.1 billion tonnes.

The verdict is in: renewables reduce energy prices (yes, even in South Australia)

The verdict is in: renewables reduce energy prices (yes, even in South Australia)

Does renewable electricity raise or lower electricity prices? There is more to this question than meets the eye: are prices lower before or after renewable subsidies are recovered, how has variability been accounted for, how have changes in network costs been accounted for, and so on and on.