The Economic and Environmental Impacts of Solar Energy Companies

The Economic and Environmental Impacts of Solar Energy Companies

by | May 29, 2021

10 forecasted insights of the rising solar energy companies in Australia

Last year, ordinary Australian homeowners and the solar energy companies they worked with were some of the country’s heroes in forwarding clean energy.

Residential solar panels played a huge role in increasing the amount of renewable energy Australia uses. An additional 333,978 solar rooftop installations joined the grid last year in Australia, providing 2.6GW in energy.

This is an estimated 18% increase in both solar power capacity and installations, in comparison to that of 2019.

What’s more, was this was all achieved during the challenging times of the global COVID-19 pandemic.

The increased demand for solar has meant an emergence of more solar energy companies and workers in Australia, to look after the supply, installations, and all other requirements for new solar systems for home and business owners.

Solar energy companies supply and install solar panels, inverters and batteries, for homes and businesses. In the latter cases, solar companies can provide connection to solar farms. With the Federal Government’s renewable energy scheme, more and more homeowners have been taking advantage of upfront cost savings to install a solar system on their homes.

Some solar energy companies have also provided connections to solar heating water tanks, or solar charging stations for electricity powered cars. In Australia, the Clean Energy Council has reported there are over 900 CEC approved installation companies. With more still emerging or waiting to be registered for CEC approval.

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