No danger Australia will lead the world on solar

The US will install solar equal to 10% of Australia’s entire power capacity this year while China will add even more. Solar is surging around the world, yet slumping down under.

This week I was honoured to speak on behalf of the Australian Solar Council to a Global Leaders’ Forum at China’s largest solar photovoltaic industry conference and exhibition. This is an extraordinary event – 180,000 sq m of exhibition space, tens of thousands of delegates.

With all the negativity at the moment in Australia around solar PV and renewable energy, it was the perfect opportunity to get a sense of what is happening around the world on solar PV, and boy is there a lot happening.

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