Tindo supports Solar Sunshot program – Plans Australia’s first solar panel gigafactory
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by tindoadmin
2M ago
Tindo Solar has supported the Albanese government’s Solar Sunshot policy during a visit by the Minister for Climate Change and Energy The Hon Chris Bowen MP as the company plans for the country’s first solar panel manufacturing ‘Gigafactory’. Solar Sunshot allocates $1 billion to support solar PV manufacturing over 10 years and Tindo plans to  apply for funding for a project which could create up to 300 jobs. Tindo Chief Executive Officer Richard Petterson said Solar Sunshot was a tightly focused funding allocation that relied on production credits, where a manufacturer had to make the go ..read more
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Australian Made solar panels available nationwide after Tindo grows partner network
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by tindoadmin
2M ago
Tindo, Australia’s only manufacturer of solar panels, today announced a major expansion to its partner network that will significantly increase the availability of its products in every state and territory to meet growing demand.  The milestone has been achieved after a strategic pivot by Tindo to expand beyond South Australia and growing its partner network of installers and retailers, which has more than doubled over the past year to over 100 nationwide. It comes after Tindo unveiled its brand refresh in February, which emphasises collaboration with installers and suppliers to give cust ..read more
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Tindo celebrates export milestone at Australia-Vietnam Green Economy Summit
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by tindoadmin
3M ago
Tindo, Australia’s only manufacturer of solar panels, today celebrated five years of exporting to Vietnam with another successful shipment delivered in the first quarter of 2024. Richard Petterson, Tindo CEO, made the export announcement during an address at the Australia-Vietnam Green Economy Summit, which is led by Asialink and Climateworks Centre and supported by the Australian Government. The is dedicated to fostering sustainable development, job creation, growth, and the transition to renewable resources and net-zero emissions. Tindo has a strong relationship with customers in Vietnam and ..read more
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Albanese’s Solar Sunshot program can deliver green future – Opinion
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by tindoadmin
3M ago
The government’s Solar Sunshot concept can deliver jobs, growth and sustainable emissions reductions for decades to come, while ensuring more of the benefits of the energy transition are enjoyed by Australians  By Richard Petterson, CEO of Tindo Last week the Albanese government announced the Solar Sunshot program that will provide $1 billion in production incentives and grants to ensure Australian industry can make solar technology as part of the energy transition. The announcement sparked some criticism, mostly along the lines that we shouldn’t prop-up industries that China can do cheap ..read more
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Tindo welcomes Solar Sunshot as catalyst for Australian renewables manufacturing industry
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by tindoadmin
4M ago
Tindo, Australia’s only manufacturer of solar panels, today welcomed the Solar Sunshot program as  having the potential to kick start a domestic renewables manufacturing industry.   The program will see the Commonwealth Government invest $1bn in the solar supply chain through  support including grants and production incentives. The Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, Federal  Minister for Energy and Climate Change Chris Bowen, Federal Minister for Industry and Science Ed  Husic, NSW Minister for Domestic Manufacturing and Government Procurement Courtney Houssos  ..read more
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Clean energy manufacturing sector urged to get a move on
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by tindoadmin
4M ago
Tindo Solar, the country’s only manufacturer of PV panels, has warned Australia must move quickly if it is to capitalise on the manufacturing opportunities presented by the global clean energy transition or risk being left behind. Read more at PV Magazine Australia ..read more
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Time for a manufacturing renaissance, powered by renewables
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by tindoadmin
4M ago
With small policy adjustments, Australia can enjoy a manufacturing renaissance that delivers jobs, growth and emissions reductions. Industrial policy is at the centre of global governments’ approach to net-zero strategies, as evidenced by the United States’ Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), India’s Production-Linked-Incentive program and the European Commission’s Green Deal Industrial Plan.  Industrial planning is easy to get wrong and difficult to get right. But Australia has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to observe the strengths of other nations’ approaches, and to foster industrial c ..read more
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Big new push for Australian made solar as Tindo pitches $100m module gigafactory
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by tindoadmin
4M ago
Adelaide based PV manufacturer Tindo Solar has unveiled plans to build a solar panel “gigafactory” in Australia and believes it can get this done for just $90-100 million and within two years, with the right federal government support. Read more at Renew Economy ..read more
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Tindo Solar launches plans for Australia’s first solar panel gigafactory
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by tindoadmin
4M ago
Tindo Solar, Australia’s only manufacturer of solar panels, today announced plans for the country’s first solar panel manufacturing gigafactory. The $90-100 million facility will create 250 jobs and be capable of producing 7000 panels per day, equivalent to 1GW of capacity per annum. It will go some way to meeting the estimated 22,000 panels which will need to be installed each day to meet Australia’s 2030 decarbonisation targets.  Based on its experience at its 150MW factory in Mawson Lakes, Adelaide, Tindo estimates that 1GW is the scale required to catalyse a domestic upstream supply c ..read more
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Feed-in tariffs
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by argonadmin
6M ago
What are solar feed-in tariffs? Solar feed-in tariffs are incentives introduced in 2008 to encourage people to invest in solar energy. In a typical on-grid solar power system, the solar you generate must be used instantly, or it goes to waste. Rather than wasting the power, your system can export the excess energy to the national grid. Your electricity retailer pays you a feed-in tariff for the amount of energy you export to the grid, and the credit appears on your electricity bill. Most feed-in tariffs pay you under 10c per kWh of energy you export, so it’s not a huge amount. But it’s a nice ..read more
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