What's happening in Solar?
Australians could be charged for exporting energy from rooftop solar panels to the grid
Proposed changes to the national energy market rules aims to prevent ‘traffic jams’ of electricity on sunny days
Does solar with battery storage reduce your power bills?
Can adding a solar battery to your existing solar system FURTHER reduce your power bill??
Floating solar farms: How 'floatovoltaics' could provide power
New report spotlights benefits of installing solar panels on bodies of water.
Biggest Solar And Battery Project In NSW Has Received Green Light
Biggest Solar And Battery Project In NSW Set TO Begin Producing in 2022
Pre-planning solar panel installation while building a new house
Here are some considerations you must keep in mind while building your new home to make it Solar-ready.
10 Tips To Get The Most Out Of Your Solar Installation
After you've purchased one of the best solar systems from iinergy, here is how to get the most out of them.
HUGE WIND AND SOLAR PIPELINE COULD MAKE COAL POWER 'EXTINCT' IN AUSTRALIA BY 2040
Australia’s renewable energy development pipeline has grown to a record 133GW, prompting leading Norwegian-based energy analyst Rystad Energy to predict that coal-fired generation in Australia may be ‘extinct’ by 2040.
WIND AND SOLAR OUTPUT BEAT BROWN COAL IN AUSTRALIA FOR FIRST TIME IN SEPTEMBER QUARTER
The combined output of wind and solar generation has beaten brown coal for the first time over a quarterly period in Australia's main grid, according to new data from energy consultancy Energy Synapse.
AUSTRALIA IS THE RUNAWAY GLOBAL LEADER IN BUILDING NEW RENEWABLE ENERGY
"In Australia, renewable energy is growing at a per capita rate ten times faster than the world average. Between 2018 and 2020, Australia will install more than 16 gigawatts of wind and solar, an average rate of 220 watts per person per year."
AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST SOLAR AND BATTERY FARM OPENS IN KERANG, IMPROVES ENERGY SECURITY
Australia's largest integrated battery and solar farm was officially opened in Victoria's north on Friday.