It is very important to choose the RIGHT company before investing your time and money!   1. Company License There are a number of requirements that you should be aware of before advertising, contracting, and/or installing solar panels. Only the holder of a building or electrical class of license can contract in NSW to install solar …

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Considering getting a solar system installed? Are you bombarded with too many brands and companies? Getting confused with product warranties? This article will provide you with the most important factors that you should consider to ensure you install a reliable quality system. Not only does the brand matter, but the model does too. Choosing a …

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You might be wondering about the difference between a solar battery system and a normal solar system. Listed below in this article is our thoughts on why you should consider getting a solar battery system. Solar batteries stores excess power from solar systems You already know that solar panels collect energy from the sun and …

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Solar Panel (Silicon Module) Super League

The Silicon Module Super League is a big group of crystalline silicon module suppliers in the solar industry. They consist of 7 major multi-GW module suppliers in the solar panel industry. It includes Brands such as: Canadian Solar GCL ( a solar polycrystalline silicon manufacturer) Hanwha Q-CELLS JA Solar Jinko Solar  LONGi (a leading monocrystalline module manufacturer)  Trina Solar …

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We have been contacted by some customers as when they searched “Aussie Hybrid Solar” in the search engine (i.e. Google), they were directed to another company’s webpage. After our investigating, we found a newly founded solar company has been using our Business Name in their google advertisement: If you notice the images provided, the URL link …

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The final IPART recommended benchmark range for solar FIT in 2017-18

The NSW Government asked the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) to review and recommend the voluntary benchmark range for solar feed-in tariffs for the year from 1 July 2017. The final recommended benchmark range for solar feed-in tariffs in 2017-18 is 11.9 to 15.0 cents per kilowatt hour (c/kWh).  This is slightly higher than …

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