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OSW and Sharp establish distribution partnership for residential PV in Australia

OSW, Australia’s largest solar distributor, has announced a distribution partnership with Sharp, the premium brand for residential PV modules in Japan, with the new collaboration to provide innovative and reliable solar solutions to the Australian market.

Redflow announces integration with Sunsynk hybrid inverters

Sunsynk hybrid inverters now available to Redflow’s Australian integrator network

6.6 kW solar panel maintenance tips

Solar panels have become an increasingly popular choice for homeowners who want to reduce their carbon footprint and save money on their energy bills. However, like any other home appliance or system, solar panels require regular maintenance to ensure that they continue to operate at peak performance. Here are some tips for maintaining your 6.6 kW solar panel system.

“Powered by Noodoe” Partnership: Evansa and Noodoe Launch First-Ever Carbon Credit Generating DC Charger in the Land Down Under

New “Powered by Noodoe” 75 kW DC fast charger installation in South Australia serves as the region’s premier carbon credit-generating EV charger, marking the beginning of a pioneering phase in carbon footprint reduction.

AEMO responds to VNI West claims

The Australian Energy Market Operator today responded to claims by the Victorian Energy Policy Centre (VEPC) regarding Victoria’s electricity network.

Fire incident at Beryl Solar Farm in NSW

Grass between the solar panels at Beryl Solar Farm (BSF) caught fire at approximately 12.34pm on Monday the 24th April 2023.

New tech to drive energy efficiency gains in Australian homes

Australia’s national science agency, the CSIRO, and property data analytics company CoreLogic Australia are trialling a new artificial intelligence (AI) system to estimate energy efficiency for homes across Australia.

Bus fleet goes electric with $125 million state investment

The Western Australian government is charging ahead with expanding the state’s electric bus fleet, with the 2023-24 State Budget to confirm a $125 million allocation to the program from the state.

Final rule on ‘access standards’ to make renewables and battery investment cheaper and bolster system security

The Australian Energy Market Commission has released a final rule that will allow more flexibility for wind, solar and battery technology providers to negotiate on investment in voltage support equipment, making investment in renewables cheaper, reducing long-term costs for customers and improving system security.

Queensland moves to make EVs more affordable

The Queenslanders government has today announced extra financial assistance as part of an ongoing scheme to make electric vehicles more affordable for residents in the state.

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