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Not wiped out. Why Whyalla, of all places, now has a sustainable future

Not wiped out. Why Whyalla, of all places, now has a sustainable future

Whyalla’s “death notice” has been written a number of times over the past 40 years, beginning with the closure of the shipyards in 1978, continuing with predictions of doom in the lead-up to the carbon tax, and most recently, as what was once the BHP steelworks clung to life, suffocating in debt and despair under its next owner in 2016.

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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.

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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.

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