Commercial & Industrial PV

90% increased biomass under solar panels: Agrivoltaics hold productive promise

With sun the common component of solar energy production and agriculture, a new company in northern NSW is set to combine the benefits of sowing PV and forage crops in the same soil.

Coffs Harbour begins rapid solar uptake

Coffs Harbour City Council has begun a rapid uptake of solar PV as it looks to meet its target of 100% renewable energy by 2030.

CSP innovator Vast Solar wins International Energy Award

Aussie company Vast Solar wins Technology Innovation Award at the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) SolarPACES 2019.

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QLD boasts of its solar power takeover

If you’ve got it, flaunt it, and Queensland (QLD) is doing just that. Over the weekend QLD boasted that its solar panels can now produce twice as much electricity as the state’s biggest power station.

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Sunshine on tap as industry-scale PPA set to power NSW & ACT pubs

Hundreds of NSW & ACT pubs and hotels are set to join in a world’s first industry-scale PPA in an agreement between Australian brewing giant Lion, and French energy giant Engie.

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Solar PV cuts the mustard for meat-processing facilities

Industry sectors are mobilising toward sustainability, with different supply-chain partners inspiring one another to take part. Andrews Meat Industries in Lidcombe, NSW, has announced deployment of 836 kW of rooftop solar power to reduce both electricity costs and its carbon footprint.

Moorebank rooftop solar installation one of Southern Hemisphere’s largest

A 3 MW LG powered solar panel installation on the rooftop of Moorebank Logistics Park in Sydney is one of the largest of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, and indeed the world.

Q Cells 25-year product warranty turns heads

Q Cells has announced a 25-year product warranty on its upcoming modules to be released in Australia before the end of the year. The 25-year extended warranty is a massive show of confidence by one of the world’s largest module manufacturer’s in its products.

Blue Mountains going carbon neutral

Blue Mountains City Council has set a firm carbon neutrality target for 2025 after getting the nod from the Three Sisters. The region is quickly becoming known for its sustainability. 

Program announced: All Energy 2019 Quality Roundtable

The full program has been announced for the Quality Roundtable event to be held at All Energy Australia later this month in Melbourne. Real world case studies involving PID, hotspots, and backsheet failures will be discussed, as with processes for warranty claims when inverters, modules or other solar components fail.

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