This report was commissioned by Solar Citizens and written by some of the brightest minds at UNSW Sydney and the Australian PV Institute. It shines the light on the exciting progress that Australian households have made towards repowering our nation with clean, affordable solar. The analysis also found that Australia has the rooftop potential to increase residential solar capacity to a staggering 43GW–61GW—well above the approximate 6GW that’s currently installed.
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Webinar: IEA SHC Solar Academy: Renovating Historic Buildings towards Zero Energy – Task 59
Tue, Jan 28, 2020 11:00 PM – Wed, Jan 29, 2020 12:30 AM AEDT The International Solar Energy Society is pleased to host the…...read more
PV in Australia 2018
The APVI represents Australia in the International Energy Agency Photovoltaic Power Systems Program (IEA PVPS). This report is part of Australia’s contribution to this…...read more
Solar Awareness for Tradespeople
This guide and associated short course have been developed by GSES to inform other tradespeople how to work safely near existing solar systems. It…...read more
How Much Rooftop Solar can be Installed in Australia?
This report estimates the total potential for rooftop solar to be 179 gigawatts with an annual energy output of 245 terawatt-hours. It was produced…...read more
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WORKSHOP: Cost-Reflective Pricing – some different perspectives
Wednesday 1st June, AES Conference and Exhibition, Sydney ATPMore Details Here...
APVI Workshop on ‘Solar, Storage and New Business Models’, Sydney
Thursday 4th June, AES Conference and Exhibition, Sydney ATPMore Details Here...