Schools, aged care facilities, shopping centres and bars are among the eclectic mix of establishments installing solar panels, amid predictions commercial rooftop installations could grow by nearly a gigawatt in Perth and surrounds by 2037.
Commercial, industrial and resource sectors are investing in solar at record rates following the residential sector’s strong uptake of solar energy.
Perdaman Advanced Energy’s solar car park at Northam Boulevard Shopping Centre has continued to feature in news media.
Minister for Regional Development, Alannah MacTiernan has unveiled WA’s first solar car park built by Perdaman Advanced Energy at Northam Boulevard Shopping Centre.
Aged care providers are turning to solar to help cut costs and provide a more sustainable service.
With Perth’s aged-care industry rapidly growing, Perdaman Advanced Energy is helping the sector to become more financially and environmentally sustainable.
Commercial property owners seeking to install solar panels under long-term purchase agreements have received a boost, with the state government announcing cuts to licensing red tape for providers.
Fertiliser and property magnate Vikas Rambal is making a move into renewable energy, buying a 50 per cent stake in Enigin WA, which will build the state’s largest built environment solar panel installation at his Northam Boulevard shopping centre.
The Clean Energy Council have updated their retailer Code of Conduct for 2016 with it being expanded to cover new options for solar power. This move is set to make life easier for consumers in their search for the best service and quality solar products, something that Enigin strives to provide with the highest level of […]