Best Solar Panels of 2024: Aussie installer choice

Best Solar Panels of 2024: A Guide for Perth Homeowners

Introduction

With the growing demand for renewable energy, choosing the best solar panels for your home is crucial for maximising efficiency and savings. The 2024 Installers’ Choice Awards by SolarQuotes highlights top performers in the Australian market. This guide will help Perth homeowners understand the best solar […]

Best Solar Panels of 2024: Aussie installer choice 2024-06-17T11:18:24+08:00

Understanding Energy Consumption of Residential Household Appliances

Understanding Energy Consumption of Residential Household Appliances: A Guide by Australis Solar

Energy consumption is a critical concern for households aiming to manage their electricity bills and reduce their carbon footprint. As a leading solar installation company in Perth, Australis Solar is dedicated to helping you understand how much energy your household appliances use and how […]

Understanding Energy Consumption of Residential Household Appliances 2024-05-31T13:48:24+08:00

Printable solar panels, one step closer to market

Australian solar power scientists are one step closer to making available a cheaper and faster way to print solar cells onto plastic.

CSIRO’s senior research scientist Dr Fiona Scholes said the technology was almost at the commercialisation stage and could be used to power laptops to rooftops.

Printable solar panels, one step closer to market 2018-02-21T16:28:05+08:00

Solar experts say Australian renewable energy investment being stifled by Government policy

One of the world’s most advanced solar power companies has shelved plans to develop electricity plants for the public market in Australia because of the Government’s apparent hostility to renewable energy.

Solar Reserve, based in Santa Monica, California, has pioneered a technology that combines mass-scale solar power generation with storage, allowing energy from the sun to […]

Solar experts say Australian renewable energy investment being stifled by Government policy 2015-10-23T11:27:02+08:00

Technology, not regulation, will kill coal fired power

British banking giant Barclays downgraded the entire electricity-generating sector of the US high-grade corporate bond market because of the challenges posed by renewables and the fact that the market isn’t pricing in those challenges.

The thesis from the Barclays credit team is that it’s not so much regulations that will choke off coal burning, but technological […]

Technology, not regulation, will kill coal fired power 2015-10-23T11:27:16+08:00

Governments urged to back solar research push

Laminated roll-out solar panels and power storage within panels themselves are shaping up as future advances in harnessing the power of the sun.

South Australia’s three universities are combining their efforts to keep the state at the cutting edge of solar research.

Governments urged to back solar research push 2015-10-23T11:27:41+08:00

Coal, gas profits suffer as business goes solar

SOLAR power systems are being installed by businesses at triple the rate they were a year ago as a glut of Chinese cells and rising Australian power prices combine to improve solar’s economics and threaten the profits of coal and gas-fired power providers.

Many of the photovoltaic cell systems used by businesses — which mostly need […]

Coal, gas profits suffer as business goes solar 2018-02-21T16:28:05+08:00

Australia makes its first solar power million

More than two million Australians are now getting cheaper power and saving some half a billion dollars a year on their electricity bills, because of their switch to solar energy.

The number of Australian homes with solar power systems has passed the one million mark, according to figures from the Clean Energy Regulator that confirm the […]

Australia makes its first solar power million 2015-10-23T11:28:25+08:00

Clean energy investment back on target

Clean energy investors have been given a boost today as the Federal Government closed the book on another review of the Renewable Energy Target, again concluding that the scheme is highly effective in driving the transition of the Australian energy sector at very low cost to consumers.

Clean Energy Council Deputy Chief Executive Kane Thornton said […]

Clean energy investment back on target 2015-10-23T11:28:35+08:00