solar

Year to date, the solar investing benchmark, MAC Solar Index Methodology (SUNIDX), is down 20 per cent. How can that be, you say? Supply chain pressures are the simple answer. Like everything else currently, solar companies are being squeezed by supply bottlenecks in processor chips, price rises in raw materials

Geo-specific weather data and artificial intelligence from IBM and The Weather Company are helping solar inverter manufacturer Selectronic efficiently store energy in solar batteries, increasing the value of the expensive renewable energy storage devices.  Since the early 80s, Selectronic has been designing and manufacturing solar inverters. In this case, the

Australian shopping centres are transforming into power plants in response to rising electricity prices, easy access to capital and lower costs for renewable energy infrastructure. In a softer retail environment, shopping centres have reallocated their floor space. More square metres have gone to food and entertainment precincts as consumer preferences

Amazon Web Services has announced it has committed to purchasing 60 megawatts of power from the Gunnedah Solar Farm in NSW, the first such investment for the company outside of the US and Europe. That project, which is due to be operational next year will ultimately provide AWS with 142,000

Amazon Web Services has announced it has committed to purchasing 60 megawatts of power from the Gunnedah Solar Farm in NSW, the first such investment for the company outside of the US and Europe. That project, which is due to be operational next year will ultimately provide AWS with 142,000

NAB has helped strengthen the growth prospects of Brighte, a digital credit platform that facilitates payment plans for solar energy, batteries and home improvements, by helping it secure $130 million to meet increasing demand for its products. NAB arranged a $130 million asset-backed securitisation warehouse and this month provided $80

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AGL has developed an online platform which allows users to trade solar energy, with the aim of giving its customers more control over their energy use and reduce the cost of their power bills. Currently 220 AGL customers in Victoria are participating in the AGL Solar Exchange trial, which started