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 […]
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There are many forum websites such as “whirlpool” who have lots of discussion about some solar panel companies
The Solar Council “Save Solar” campaign is really starting to bite the Federal government. Following enormous success in Queensland, and with the NSW State election due in just over 6 weeks, there are early signs the government may be starting to move. Media reporting today indicates that the government may, for the first time, be […]
LG will be releasing a new PerfectAC Module. The new LG AC Module combines module and inverter in one single unit. This leads to a cleaner appearance, reduced cable clutter and increase energy yield.
The pyramid below, by Pike Research, lays out its version how it differentiates the 3 tier rankings of solar panels manufacturers from one another.
If you wish to install additional capacity to an existing unit it may be entitled to STCs.
If you are looking to purchase solar panels it’s important to do your research and to shop around to find a system that suits your needs and budget.
A feed-in tariff pays you for electricity generated and fed into the main grid by your small-scale solar panel, wind or hydro system.