Here are some solar news stories you may have missed from this week. Click on the links to read these stories in more detail.
Solar tracker specialist Array Technologies will be supplying 586 megawatts of trackers across six large-scale solar projects in the country.
An Australian team debuted their solar car in the Cruiser class of the World Solar Challenge and it was one of only three cars to finish the route.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said that the government will not be adopting the proposal of Chief Scientist Alan Finkel for a clean energy target and instead establish a reliable electricity target that favours gas, coal and hydropower.
AEMO has predicted a possible zero grid demand within 10 years thanks to the success and efficiency of rooftop solar in the state.
The project was spearheaded by businessman Andrew Price as he launched the Tyalgum Energy Project using a government grant that funded the feasibility studies.
According to James Hu, VP of GCL and head of Overseas Sales, the project is a major step for the company to becoming a big player in the mainstream markets of many developed countries.
5 wind turbines floating 100 metres above the seabed of Aberdeenshire, Scotland are producing power for up to 20,000 homes.
A team of chemists and physicists from the University of Bristol has discovered the new technology that turns dangerous nuclear waste into energy that can be stored and can last an incredibly long time.