Queensland cotton farmer makes the shift to solar

17-08-2018 / Category : News Solar

Australian cotton farmer Cubbie is seeking to meet the majority of its energy needs with renewables, starting with the construction of a 3.6MW solar far...

solar beer

Solar beer: A tour of Australia’s PV powered craft breweries

20-05-2018 / Category : Commercial News

Solar beer, the best of both worlds!  Of the growing number of global industries shifting their energy supply to renewable energy, the world’s brewers h...

crown casino rooftop solar

Melbourne’s Crown complex has installed a 300kW rooftop solar system

11-05-2018 / Category : Commercial News Solar

Melbourne’s Crown complex, which includes the landmark riverside casino and hotel, has installed a 300kW rooftop solar system, in an effort to cut its...

NSW has long played second fiddle to Queensland when it comes to rooftop solar.

26-03-2018 / Category : News Solar

NSW has long played second fiddle to Queensland when it comes to rooftop solar. Despite its bigger population, NSW is beaten into second place on rooftop solar installations by Queensland, which has already reached the 2GW mark. ...

cub brewery

CUB has begun shift to 100 per cent renewable energy

23-03-2018 / Category : News Solar

Australia’s biggest brewing company, Carlton & United Breweries (CUB), has begun its shift to 100 per cent renewable e...

Coal in Losing Battle with Renewable Energy

Coal in Losing Battle with Renewable Energy

19-07-2017 / Category : News Solar

Coal in Losing Battle with Renewable Energy - The following speech was delivered to the Clean Energy Summit in Sydney on Tuesday by Australian Greens leader Richard Di Natale. ...

Australia’s $10 billion wind and solar boom: But then what? : RenewEconomy

19-07-2017 / Category : News

Greens leader Richard di Natale said his party would prefer an expanded renewable energy target rather than a CET, but would also keep an open mind on a CET, depending on the details. The critical issue, he said, was the level of the emission targets. Di Natale ...

Auctions to award 9.6GW of solar in Q3 2017 – GTM | PV Tech

19-07-2017 / Category : News

Close to 10 GW of solar PV is due to be awarded in Q3 2017 around the world. In more signs that the industry is managing growth in the right way with a projected 80GW of installed solar to happen in 2017. While China is continuing to lead the way in new installations, the growth appears to be spread to most natio...

PV Tech Exclusive: UK installed 640MW of solar in Q1 2017 | PV Tech

17-07-2017 / Category : News

With the Renewable Obligation Certificate (ROC) scheme for UK-based solar incentives finishing on 31 March 2017, the domestic sector once again showed its resilience by installing a healthy 640MW during Q1 2017. Installed capacity was dominated, as expected, by 4.99MW solar farms under 1.2 ROCs/MWh. In fact...

First Solar secures US$64 million loan facility from Mizuho Bank for Japan pipeline | PV Tech

16-06-2017 / Category : News

The financing will be used to develop a utility-scale PV project pipeline in Japan using First Solar modules. The total generation capacity for the projects has not been disclosed. This financing stands as the first syndicated solar project development loan facility arranged and participated in by Mizuho Ba...

Skip to toolbar