Scott's Solar News Daily

Scott's Solar News

July 12, 2021
perovskite technology

Perovskite technology continue to excite the solar world

Advances in perovskite technology continue to excite the solar world. Recent steps in efficiency and durability appear to herald the technology as not just a distinctive branch of solar research, but is actually shaping up to be a major direction or THE direction in the near future.
July 2, 2021
A Boost To Panel Efficiency

CubicPV – Tandem Cells Give 30% Boost To Panel Efficiency

Two US-based solar innovation firms have merged to form, what is hoped to be a new and exciting direction in solar cell production.
June 30, 2021
Growatt Into Global Top 10

Growatt Powers Its Way To The Global Top 10

Despite the pandemic, worldwide PV inverter shipments actually increased by more than 35%. This is according to IHS Markit’s Market Tracker that follows the global movement of solar products.
April 10, 2021
PV can make us fossil fuel free faster

New Study: PV can make us fossil fuel free faster than we think

he IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) - has had a shake-up in how it assesses ways to lower energy production levels. In fact, PV's abilities have been very much under estimated.
February 3, 2021
CER Reports Solar Surge CV19

Clean Energy Regulator Reports Solar Surge

According the Clean Energy Regulator’s (CER) latest report, CV19 hasn’t appeared to slow Aussie households taking up solar at all. In fact, it appears to be propelling a spike in growth. Around 30% of homes now have rooftop solar, now pushing to set a new local record, and match international benchmarks. Given the ongoing high price of electricity, falling solar costs and lots of sunshine, its no surprise that people are investing in solar as a realistic solution.
November 5, 2020
Tesla Solar Roof Tiles

Solar Panels? Take a Look At Tesla Solar Roof Tiles

Talk has it that Elon Musk is ramping up production of Tesla’s new Version 3 Solar Roof Tiles. They are working to push out enough for 1000 homes per week. The uptake of the earlier V2 type did not meet forecasts, so they are back with a new better, model. Now with a 23% efficiency rating, this could spark interest.