We Turn 10!

Today Smart Commercial Solar turns 10 years old!  We were Incorporated on the 9th of February 2012. We are now one of the most prominent and arguably most respected commercial solar company in Australia. We have installa...

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Australia could be world leader in solar powered electric cars.  Find out how.  Here's an excerpt:

The shift from petrol cars to electric vehicles appears to be more than a consumer-driven, Tesla-inspired phenomenon. The big utilities are also getting on board.

Origin Energy, one of country’s big three utilities, says Australia could a market leader in solar-powered electric vehicles, given the right incentives and policies that could encourage the uptake of renewable energy and force the closure of the most polluting brown coal power stations.

“With an already high penetration of residential solar PV systems in Queensland and South Australia and the emergence of home battery technologies, there is an exciting opportunity for Australia to be a market leader in electric vehicles powered by solar energy,” the company says in a submission to the Climate Change Authority.

Nearly one quarter of Australian homes are equipped with rooftop solar, and Australia is seen as the likely first “mass-market” for battery storage – because of that high solar penetration and because of the country’s high electricity prices, courtesy of its high-cost grid.

Read the rest of the story here.

Written by
Huon Hoogesteger

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