LG Named Among The Most Sustainable Corporations For The Third Consecutive Year

Company Recognized at World Economic Forum in Davos for Leadership in Economic, Social and Environmental Sustainability SEOUL, Jan. 22, 2016 ― LG Electronics (LG) was named one of the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World by Corporate Knights for the third consecutive year and was also awarded the Gold Class distinction in RobecoSAM’s […]

Solar Panel Power: LG NeONs Get CSIRO Tested

Recently, Choice magazine executed independent testing by the CSIRO and confirmed the fantastic output of LG NeONs. This is amazing news for solar enthusiasts and home owners across Australia, as it adds to the already impressive list of qualifications held by the LG NeON solar line. Fifteen panels were purchased and flash tested by choice. […]

Solar Energy Insights From Giant Clam Research

In 2014, scientific research showed that we have a lot to learn about harnessing solar power from the giant clam. Joint research conducted by scientists from the University of Pennsylvania and the University of California, Santa Barabara, uncovered a fascinating characteristic of clam shells. It turns out the iridescent features on the lips of giant […]

Turnbull Turns Heads at UN Climate Conference

The United Nations Climate Conference 2015 is underway, with world leaders and representatives from over 100 countries meeting on issues related to the environment and sustainable futures. Solar energy is always an important topic at UN climate summits and this year is no exception. Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull received much applause due to powerful statements […]

Electricity Storage Future Forum 2016

Electricity Storage Future Forum 2016 will be held on 23-25 February 2015 at Sydney Boulevard Hotel, Australia to discuss storage technology, economics, policy and implications for Australian energy markets. High tech energy system by Turnbull government sees storage as key to GHG reduction and decreasing electricity prices. Minister for the Environment Greg Hunt has put […]

New LG NeON2 315watt LG Panels

LG NeON 2 technology offers increased reliability, upgraded durability, enhanced performance and improved efficiency in space management. The innovative cello technology utilizes 12 connection wires instead of just 3 busbars, which was the technology used in the previous LG solar panels. The new wiring design allows the panels to utilize scatter light more effectively for […]

New LG NeON2 315watt LG Panels

LG NeON 2 technology offers increased reliability, upgraded durability, enhanced performance and improved efficiency in space management. The innovative cello technology utilizes 12 connection wires instead of just 3 busbars, which was the technology used in the previous LG solar panels. The new wiring design allows the panels to utilize scatter light more effectively for […]

Labor Signs up to 50 Percent Renewable Target by 2030

Solar Council was working hard fighting for solar and it had some great wins recently. Good news is that Labor Signs up to 50% Renewable Target. Solar Council called on all political parties to back a policy of ‘at least’ 50% renewables by 2030. Straight away it was signed by the Greens and Labor has […]

Federal Labor commits to at least 50% renewables by 2030

Latest Press report says that the Leader of the Federal Labor Party committed to a national target of at least 50% renewables by 2030. This will create more solar jobs, more solar business and effective action on climate change. This is a great achievement for the solar industry, and the Australian Solar Council strongly welcomes […]

Legislation for a bipartisan deal on the RET

The legislation for a bipartisan arrangement on the Renewable Energy Target (RET) has gone through the Australian Parliament, opening the path for Australia to now open the monstrous potential for renewable energy investment and occupations throughout the following decade. Clean Energy Council Chief Executive Kane Thornton said the move to bipartisanship was the basic variable […]