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Why mono PERC panels for rooftop solar system

Why choose Mono PERC panels for your rooftop solar system?

mono PERC panels are used for rooftop solar systems because of their high efficiency. Even though it is costlier than other types of solar panels, mono […]

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Why Canadian Solar is one of the best solar panel brand in Australia?

A premium PV module manufacturer, Canadian Solar has shipped over 25GW of panels since 2001. With over 12,000 employees worldwide, Canadian Solar is a leading premium […]

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world's first grid connected wind-solar-battery park - kennedy energy park

Completion of The World’s First Grid Connected Wind-Solar-Battery Park

In Aug 2018, we reported the installation of 3.6MW turbine in the Kennedy Energy park located in Flinders Shire. The installation of this Vestas V136 turbine […]

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australian solar capacity

Australian Solar Capacity has 61GW Rooftop Solar Potential

As of 2018, a total of 6GW residential solar systems are installed in the country. So, what is the total Australian solar capacity? In fact, the […]

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most popular solar inverter in Australia - SMA

German SMA Inverter is the most popular in Australia – 50% Market Share

Founded in 1981, SMA is a global PV brand employing over 3000 employees in 20 countries. As of 2017, the company has sales of over 900 […]

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cameby solar farm - western downs

148 MW Cameby Solar Farm in Western Downs Council

Queensland is well known for being the leader in the Australian solar revolution. With a high solar irradiation, the region of Western Downs has significant acclaim […]

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landing wind

Wind and Solar are the Cheapest Bulk Energy System

As per the latest Bloomberg report, the world electricity demand will increase to 38,700 terawatt-hours by 2050. This is approximately 54% increase from 2017. The major […]

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solar feed-in tariff

Queensland Solar Feed-in Tariff Report | Regen Power

Over the years, the concept of feed-in tariffs has become pretty clear to the public. After on-site use, we get paid for the excess energy that […]

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Solar Chernobyl - Nuclear Fallout to Renewable Energy Hub

Solar Chernobyl – Nuclear Fallout to Renewable Energy Emergence

It was just 38 years back, Chernobyl, a city in the Ivankiv Raion of Ukraine, became a world stage for the ill-effects of nuclear power generation. […]

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Renewable Off-Grid vs Diesel Micro Grid

Renewable Off-Grid vs Diesel Micro Grid

Mining is an extremely energy intensive process and is a cornerstone for the modern industries. After labor, power requirement (electricity) forms the majority of the operational […]

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bifacial technology

Bifacial Solar Panels Technology – Emergence & Evolution

Roughly speaking, the traditional solar cell technology in mass production includes the monocrystalline and polycrystalline varieties. Thin Film still remains as the tertiary option owing to […]

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Electrical Installation Wiring Rules for PV Solar Installers – Updates

Updated Electrical Installation Wiring Rules for PV Solar Installers (AS/NZS 3000:2018) includes changes to reflect new technologies, equipment, and installation techniques. This article explores some of […]

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Kennedy energy park Queensland

Kennedy Energy Park – A Step Closer With Turbine Installation

On Monday (20th Aug), the last steps in the installation of 3.6MW turbine was completed in Flinders Shire (Queensland). Having blades of 67 meters and a […]

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Collinsville Solar Farm

Collinsville Solar Farm Switches On – Replacing Coal

On May 2017, plans to replace the Collinsville coal plant with a solar farm was put into effect. The project had a $60 million investment through […]

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AEMC reliability frameworks review 2018

Reliability Frameworks Review – AEMC Recommendations

On July 27, AEMC published its review of electricity supply-demand structure in the country. With the rapidly evolving generation landscape, Reliability Frameworks Review, which started on […]

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australian energy market

Australian Energy Market Trend

In its latest electricity trends report, the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) predicts prices across the country will rise sharply in the first quarter of 2018, […]

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