Tindo Solar scores $1M to support $5.3M investment in local solar innovation and production
Tindo Solar is one of the rare Aussie businesses that are actually making solar panels in our country. Most of the 3/4 of Australian homes that have solar, have panels that came from overseas (mostly China). A new round of funding under the Government’s Manufacturing Modernisation Fund, will see Tindo Solar receive $1 million for its state-of-the-art solar panel production facility.
Aussie-made panels power remote national parks
The Queensland Parks and Wildlife Services’ ‘Turning the Parks Green’ program replaced Remote Area Power Systems (RAPS) at five National Park Ranger Bases during 2020-21, using high-performance solar modules made by Adelaide’s Tindo Solar—Australia’s only manufacturer of solar panels.
Solar panel installation to save council up to $70,000 a year
Seven of Dubbo Regional Council’s (DRC’s) facilities are currently installing solar panels, helping DRC save up to $70,000 a year in electricity bills. The installation will help Council in achieving its Energy Strategy goal to obtain 50% of its predicted electricity consumption from renewables by 2025.
Australian solar module manufacturer sets sights on world stage
Australian module manufacturer Tindo Solar is confident it can compete with the world’s biggest manufacturers having received a financial fillip as part of the federal government’s $55 million Manufacturing Modernisation Fund.
CELEBRATING AUSTRALIAN MADE – THE ONE AND ONLY TINDO SOLAR
Today @AuManufacturing’s editorial series – Celebrating Australian Made – looks at local manufacturers supporting the switch to renewable energies. Here Peter Roberts profiles Australia’s one and only manufacturer of solar PV panels – Tindo Solar.
Australia’s only solar manufacturer helps students construct solar race car
Tindo Solar, Australia’s only solar panel manufacturer, has teamed up with a group of engineering students from the Australian National University to help them construct a solar race car.
Briefcase: Business snippets from around South Australia
In this week’s briefcase, Tindo Solar is set to resume exports to Vietnam, Clean Seas announces record Kingfish sales in March and Santos finalises a sell-down in two Top End projects.
Australian manufacturer unveils new 400W module as demand grows
Australia’s only solar module manufacturer Tindo Solar has unveiled a new generation 400 W module for the domestic and export markets as the Adelaide-based company rides a wave of success that has delivered a 40% increase in retail orders and 70% rise in wholesale orders in the past 12 months.
Solar Insiders Podcast: Tindo’s shining light in solar market
Rooftop solar industry is on another solar coaster, or should that be a Covid-coaster, with some enjoying a lift in demand and others seeing the market fall away.
Energy regulator could force you to switch off your solar panels
The success of solar is raising serious challenges for the electricity grid and there's a push for new powers to help regulators manage it. And that means your solar panels could be switched off remotely.