Energy Matters is one of Australia’s fastest growing renewable energy companies – welcome to our new section listing recent press releases, media mentions, industry commentary, internal company news and announcements!
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Energy Matters Re-brands To SunEdison
June 1, 2015.
As of Monday, 1st June 2015, Energy Matters has officially re-branded to global solar giant SunEdison. The Energy Matters web site will continue to operate as one of Australia’s most popular resources for up-to-date renewable news and solar information. We’ll also continue to publish our specials on the site and popular Energy Matters newsletter; but our team and solar specialists will be part of SunEdison. Combining Australia’s leading solar energy company with the world’s largest renewable energy developer, the re-brand will enable Energy Matters’ local capability and knowledge to be backed up by SunEdison’s global strength and experience.
A Great Time For Small Business To Go Solar
May 14, 2015
In handing down Budget 2015, Treasurer Joe Hockey announced small businesses will be able to claim an immediate tax deduction for every item they purchase up to $20,000 – and this can include solar power systems. Energy Matters says the incentive makes the case for going solar even more compelling. Read more.
Energy Matters And Our Solar Future
April 21, 2015
The Southern Sydney Region of Councils (SSROC) has launched a new initiative to help households and small businesses install solar power systems – and Energy Matters is playing an important role as a recommended provider. Read more.
EM The Top Commercial Solar Installer
January 26, 2015
Energy Matters installed more capacity in the 10-100kW range than any other installer in the nation last year according to SunWiz Insights. Read more.
Solar Survey Says…
January 20, 2015
Commentary from Energy Matters CEO, Jeremy Rich on the results of a recent survey by Choice of solar power system owners in Australia. Read more.
Energy Matters And Darebin City Council Solar $aver Program
December 3, 2014
Hundreds of pensioner households will have their electricity bills slashed by solar power in a pilot program funded by Victoria’s Darebin City Council. Read more.
Energy Matters #1 For Commercial Solar
November 5, 2014
After ranking no.1 for rooftop solar above 100kWp and number 2 for systems ranging from 10kWp to 100kWp last year, Energy Matters is Australia’s leading company in terms of commercial scale solar capacity installed from January to the end of July 2014. Read more.
RET Inspired Electricity Retailer Rebellion
September 2, 2014
Energy Matters CEO Jeremy Rich says electricity retailers backing a reduction or abolishing of the Renewable Energy Target are paying the ultimate price – losing customers. Read more.
Energy Matters Commercial Shines On
August 14, 2014
More businesses are engaging Energy Matters to help them achieve their solar goals and improve their bottom line. Read more.
University Of Wollongong’s SBRC Opened
August 7, 2014
The University of Wollongong’s Sustainable Buildings Research Centre (SBRC) has been officially opened. Among its many green features is a 150kW solar power system installed by Energy Matters. Read more.
Energy Matters’ Commercial Solar Milestone
August 1, 2014
Commercial scale solar panel systems installed and monitored by Energy Matters recently bypassed a 1 gigawatt-hour electricity generation milestone. Read more.
Competitive Home Energy Storage
July 15, 2014
Another Record Breaking System For WA
July 1, 2014
Hard on the heels of a recording breaking system designed and installed by Energy Matters in Western Australia; another system is set to eclipse it soon – and again, Energy Matters is involved. Read more.
Energy Matters A 2014 Solar Design & Installation Awards Finalist
June 27, 2014
Energy Matters has been selected as a finalist in the Clean Energy Council’s 2014 Solar Design and Installation Awards for its University of Wollongong installation. Read more.
WA’s Largest Rooftop Solar Power System Launched
June 27, 2014
An Energy Matters designed and installed solar array, constructed for Bidvest Foodservice, is the largest privately funded rooftop solar array to date in Western Australia. Read more.
Solar For The Rich Myth Busted (Again)
June 16, 2014
The briefly resurrected furphy of solar generally being a toy of the wealthy has been shown to be totally incorrect by data from Energex and Energy Matters. Read more.
Melbourne Solar Buyers Group
May 13, 2014
Solar purchasers in metropolitan Melbourne can enjoy major savings by joining a newly formed solar buyers group initiative called Solar Panel Bulk Buy. Read more.
Frankston City Community Solar Program
May 12, 2014
Energy Matters has been invited to participate in Frankston City Council’s Frankston City Community Solar Program; an initiative designed to assist people in making solar power purchase decisions. Read more.
Energy Matters At Agfest 2014
May 1, 2014
It’s Agfest time in Tasmania and Energy Matters is again attending the event. Read more.
Commercial Solar – It Simply Makes Sense
May 1, 2014
Commercial scale solar installations in Australia will represent more than 50% of installations over the next few years. Read more.
Energy Matters Partners With Darebin City Council
March 25, 2014
Energy Matters will supply and install low cost solar power systems to homeowners within Melbourne’s Darebin City Council area. Read more.
Energy Matters Profiled On The Switch Report
March 11, 2014
The Switch Report’s Alistair McCaskill has published a profile on Energy Matters. Read more.
Energy Matters Enters New Distribution Deal With Yingli Solar
February 10, 2014
Yingli Green Energy Australia today announced it has entered into a distribution agreement with Energy Matters. Read more.
Australia’s Best-Performing Investment – Home Solar
January 20, 2014
A new report from Energy Matters reveals installing home solar power systems provides better financial returns than property, gold, shares and many other investments. Read more.