Australia’s biggest solar-panel manufacturer has announced it will supply 1.4 million solar panels to customers of its San Diego and VizLED bible displays.
Illumina San Diego chief executive officer and president Chris Burt told AAP the project would help customers save money on their bills, with the panels generating power equivalent to the country’s annual energy consumption.
He said VizLED would provide “an alternative to solar” for homes and businesses, with about 2 million panels to be installed by the end of 2021.
“Our solar project is about saving money on electricity, and providing a better service for our customers,” Mr Burt said.
“We have been able to get the projects built faster because of the expertise of the local industry.”
We have a lot of experience in the industry and know what works and what doesn’t.
“The solar panel manufacturing industry in Australia is booming.
Last year, Australian Solar Council reported there were 4.3 million solar panel-ready homes and small businesses in Australia, with almost all of them in the south-east.
But while some companies are trying to compete with big-name retailers like Walmart, others are turning to local suppliers to make their panels, with major manufacturers such as Sharp, Adani, and SunPower supplying panels to many of the country ‘s biggest household brands.”
The industry is in a good position to deliver on the technology and we have a number of good companies in the pipeline to help us deliver the panels,” Mr Fink said.
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