PV in Australia Reports 1997 to 2012

The APVI represents Australia in the IEA Photovoltaic Power Systems Program (IEA PVPS). This report is part of Australia’s contribution to this program.

This report is recognised as a leading publication for tracking progress in the PV sector in Australia.

You can download the individual reports, or a zipped folder of all the reports, from 1997 to 2012 below.

Zipped file of all reports (7.7 Mb)

2012 PV in Australia Report (pdf)

2011 PV in Australia Report (pdf)

2010 PV in Australia Report (pdf)

2009 PV in Australia Report (pdf)

2008 PV in Australia Report (pdf)

2007 PV in Australia Report (pdf)

2006 PV in Australia Report (pdf)

2005 PV in Australia Report (pdf)

2004 PV in Australia Report (pdf)

2003 PV in Australia Report (pdf)

2002 PV in Australia Report (pdf)

2001 PV in Australia Report (pdf)

2000 PV in Australia Report (pdf)

1999 PV in Australia Report (pdf)

1998 PV in Australia Report (pdf)

1997 PV in Australia Report (pdf)

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