In yet further evidence that the difficult years of 2105 and 2015 are falling away behind us, Solari Energy announces an increase in its sales team across Australia. With commercial and industrial solar sales as the main target, the company expects these new sales team members to make a significant improvement in the companies activities and bottom line over the coming months
Continued activity is evident in the solar and water industries with Solari Energy recently presenting its highest yet level of proposals in any one month, closely followed bu another month of more than $400,000.00 worth of proposals.
As part of the expanding range of market verticals and products Solari takes to the marketplace further depth in the water products now exists with Solari being granted the Master Distributorship for Asia Pacific by Reparator, a supplier of unique water products to the wider market.
After a period of time where, due to the need to downsize because of the downturn in the solar industry since early 2014, Solari is pleased to announce it is once again in expansion mode and has now bought solar design capabilities back in-house. This reflects the improved market position in the solar industry and the company looks forward to more positive announcements in the near future.
Solari Energy is pleased to announce it has completed a rooftop and ground mount project at a golf course in NW Victoria and at the same time has started a solar rooftop project on an iconic museum in Ballarat Victoria.
Already the change in the Government's approach to the renewable energy industry is having a positive effect on the solar industry with projects that have been stalled in the pipeline for nearly two years finally starting to be signed.
With a change to the Australian Prime Minister a different discussion on renewable energy has already started - in just a few hours. Amazing what a change can do to a market. This is part of what the industry has been looking for an needed and Solari Energy believes that the hard times will now start to fall away in the solar industry and we will be able to get back to completing solar projects at last.
At last some movement on solar policy as bipartisan support emerges on a new and reduced Renewable Energy target (RET). Solari Energy expects this move will start to allow solar projects to move from being stranded in sales pipelines to built projects over the next few months
The Australian solar industry remains highly challenged with high levels of policy uncertainty by the Federal Government causing customers to adopt a wait and see approach and stop project investment coming into the country. This is affecting our solar sales along with all others, however we have good news on our push into the new lighting products.
Reparator, a Queensland based manufacturer and importer of a range of unique water aeration, filtration, filtration media and associated products, has chosen Solari Energy as one of only two Australian distributors. Solari Energy will concentrate on the Eastern Seaboard in the main although no geographical boundaries exist in respect to sales territories.
During the previous year Solari Energy has worked hard at widening its business base to ensure it can face the difficult challenges that will still be evident in the solar industry during 2015. Solari's approach has not been to sit back and wait for others to determine its destiny, but instead to be proactive at creating its own future and in doing so emerge a stronger and more profitable company.
In a further expansion of the Solari business the company has been asked to work with designers and manufacturers of a unique range of water aerators to enable these to be powered by solar and solar produced energy storage. Well suited to both Australian conditions and all Pacific Island and Asian communities these aerators will be amongst the most efficient in the world. Solari has worked with the designers to drive significant energy efficiency into these units.
Solari Energy Wins a Contract to Construct Part of Mugga Lane Solar Farm.
In keeping with the decision to expand into other market verticals Solari has commenced its study of lighting products to determine which range of products will be included for sale.
In response to the damage that is being done to the solar industry by the current Federal Government, Solari has decided to commence the work to bring other divisions into the company to ensure the survivability of the company.
Just as solar energy helps prevent harmful greenhouse gas emissions, advances in solar-driven water aeration and filtration are providing environmentally better and more energy-efficient ways to reclaim and reuse polluted water. Learn how these advances can be used to great benefit in a variety of community and industrial settings.
The change in Government has generated considerable speculation about Australia's renewable energy target - Geoff Hill asks whether it will be revised and if so, how will the new target affect renewable energy growth throughout our country.
2013 has been a banner year for solar power worldwide. A recent Bloomberg New Energy Finance study showed a 20 percent rise in worldwide solar capacity from 2012. We believe solar installations within the Australian government sector will escalate, in part because a major roadblock of the past – lack of finance options – is no longer in the way.
EcoGeneration covers Solari Energy’s debut as solar projects and engineering consulting company December 2013.
Australia’s solar energy industry is healthy and growing. Based on Clean Energy Council figures, more than half of the 24,000 people who currently work in our country’s renewable energy industry are dedicated to the solar energy market. They include more than 4,000 Clean Energy Council-accredited installers–solar professionals vital to our collective success.
Solar Progress highlights Solari Energy’s work to help bring renewable power to a remote school in Papua New Guinea (see page 39, November 2013 issue).
A remote school in Papua New Guinea has received a solar power system to supply consistent power for the first time. And the logistics of bringing in a solar array to the middle of the jungle in Middle Fly is a story worth telling.