Let’s change the Renewable Energy Policy in Australia.

Posted Nov 13th, 2015 at 6:43 am by Sol Distribution

LET’S CHANGE THE RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY IN AUSTRALIA.

YOUR PARTICIPATION CAN CHANGE A NATION.

Here in Australia, hundreds of thousands of Australians will be marching for a transition to renewable energy, for secure job creation, for clean air, for a healthy environment and a safe climate. If you’re in Sydney, join us at The Domain at 1pm on Sunday 29 …

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String Versus Micro – Which Is The Right Choice?

Posted Nov 13th, 2015 at 6:32 am by Sol Distribution

STRING VERSUS MICRO – WHICH IS THE RIGHT CHOICE?

When it comes to making decisions about a PV system, one of the most common decisions a system owner has to make is whether to choose a micro inverter or a string inverter. As one of the only inverter manufacturers globally to offer a full range of micro, string and central …

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New standard change – AS/NZS4777.2-2015: Grid connection of energy systems via inverters (inverter requirements)

Posted Nov 13th, 2015 at 4:16 am by Sol Distribution

NEW STANDARD CHANGE – AS/NZS4777.2-2015: GRID CONNECTION OF ENERGY SYSTEMS VIA INVERTERS (INVERTER REQUIREMENTS)

In October 2015, the new AS/NZS4777.2-2015 standard was published. This revision will supersede the AS/NZS4777.2-2005 as well as the AS/NZS4777.3-2005. The standard allows for a one year grace period ending October 9th

2016, after which all inverters must comply with the new standard. During this grace …

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Mono vs. Poly Solar Panels

Posted Nov 13th, 2015 at 3:55 am by Sol Distribution

MONO VS. POLY SOLAR PANELS

Solar panels are composed of many silicon photovoltaic cells. These cells utilise sun light to make electrons move, and in the process produce electricity.

The two main types of solar panels are Monocrystalline and Polycrystalline. The difference between these types of panels lies in their silicon composition, as we will explain below.

Monocrystalline solar panels 

The …

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