The REC Alpha Series 60-cell solar panel is designed to reach 380 W-peak power and deliver over 20% more power from the same area and the same number of panels.
Using photovoltaic elements on facades could be a useful way to supplement solar energy supply, new research suggests.
A University of Queensland team has developed quantum dot solar cells that can be made into thin, flexible films and used to generate electricity.
SOLARWATT's Vision glass-glass modules are durable and robust against environmental influences. They are approved for Australian cyclone conditions.
Purdue scientists calculate the potential of the dark underside of a solar panel, which can be used to convert sunlight reflected off the ground into more electricity.
ARENA has announced up to $15m in funding to support research that aims to address end-of-life issues for solar PV panels, as well as increasing their efficiency and lowering their cost.
1414 Degrees is set to acquire SolarReserve Australia II, which owns the Aurora Solar Energy Project near Port Augusta in South Australia and two solar sites in NSW.
Property manager ISPT has installed 13,000 high-tech solar panels across 75,000 m2 of roof space and 12 retail properties in NSW, Victoria and the ACT.
A community in Melbourne's western growth corridor is launching a smart solar package across its townhouse offering, helping residents to save up to 80% on their electricity bills.
CSIRO has developed solar-powered electric vehicle (EV) charging technology that connects EV charging stations with energy generated by rooftop solar panels.
Ten public buildings in Yackandandah, Victoria have switched to solar, taking the town another step closer to reaching its 100% renewable energy target.
Decarbonising the energy mix is essential for the urgent need to lower carbon emissions globally. Industry Executive of the AESA Mary Hendriks explains.
Domino's Pizza Enterprises is adopting renewable energy solutions across its Australian stores, to reduce electricity costs and its impact on the environment.
The University of the Sunshine Coast is using a thermal energy storage tank to slash 40% of its grid energy use at its largest campus in Sippy Downs, Queensland.
Green Frog Systems' ASPIRE Solar Street Light uses monocrystalline panels to generate power, combined with CREE XP-G LED chips that are said to provide more light with less power.