Red Tape in US Solar Industry The US Solar Industry has been hogging the news due to the solar panel trade battle with China where Anti Dumping and Countervailing duties have been imposed on Chinese solar panel imports. The industry is divided between supporting the Chinese and those who want to stop the imports. The […]

Solar Crisis hits Inverter Business Solar Panel Bankruptcies have been dime a dozen in the last couple of years, as a massive overcapacity led to  price crash. While solar panel producers have been the worst affected, other players in the supply chain have not been unaffected. Raw material polysilicon suppliers have also seen prices go […]

Sungrabber Solar Pool Heating Sungrabber products are known for their Solar Pool Heating and Solar Water Heating. Rob Redman is the owner-manager who began building his own equipment while on Long Service Leave from TAFE where he was a teacher in the metal fabrication area. The products had filled a market need and his enterprise […]

Solar Energy continued to dominate clean energy investment in the 3rd quarter of 2012 with more than double the money being invested in solar energy plants compared to wind power farms. The total green investment could fall for the first time in 8 years according to BNEF as investment has declined sharply in major wind […]

What is a Solar Energy Zone Under the BLM’s solar energy development program alternative (program alternative), 17 areas would be identified as SEZs. A SEZ is defined by the BLM as an area with few impediments to utility-scale production of solar energy where BLM would prioritize solar energy and associated transmission infrastructure development. Under the […]

China as a Boon for Australia Australia has seen its economy boom over the last 10 years, thanks to the voracious appetite for commodities from China. The growth in the minerals and mining sector has led to sharp GDP growth in the country which also managed to escape the global financial crisis in 2008. China […]