SunWiz Secrets on Show at Clean Energy Week
SunWiz will again be exhibiting and presenting at Clean Energy Week. Come and visit us at booth 66 (shared with SolarBusinessServices), which is located just behind the catering section at the rear of the Hall 1.
At our stand you can:
- See how PVsell can transform your commercial sales
- Discover the Solar Hot Spots you can target
- Learn how SunWiz can help you on commercial projects
- Get a Clear View into the STC market
- Meet our friendly staff
Here’s what you’ll discover when you attend our Market Developments presentation at ATRAA on Thursday from 11:00am-12:30pm
- How is the market doing: (at least 15% slower than last year – attend to find out the real figure)
- What are the most popular system sizes in each state: e.g. 5kW in QLD, 3kW in NSW, and what is the market share of commercial systems?
- What’s happening with pricing (e.g. 5kW has never been cheaper) and how much premium does a quality system fetch?
- Where is there still growth in the market – 17 hot spots worth targeting
- When will the Clearing House move, and who (apart from ANZ) will benefit.
- Who is successful on Commercial systems (the small players are doing best), and at what price?
- Some great presentations from Ric Brazzale and Oliver Hartley
Here’s what you’ll learn in our presentation on the Business Case for Storage session at ATRAA on Friday from 3:00-4:30pm
- Is there enough financial benefit from avoiding export to justify a storage system?
- What is the added value from arbitrage (discharging at peak times, and recharging at off-peak)
- How does system configuration affect the financial benefits
- Should you just face your panels west instead?
- Is payback better for time-of-use tariffs?
- 78 MW of PV was registered in June, a slight fall from May’s figures.
- While Queensland enjoyed a bumper month, the rest of the market contracted slightly.
- However, half of Queensland’s installations were driven by the now-ended feed-in tariff.
- The second largest PV pureplay retailers in Q2 2013 in each state were Solar Gain (ACT & WA), Solar Newcastle (NSW), Infinity (QLD), Great Solar (SA), CSR (TAS), Green Engineering (VIC). No prizes for guessing who’s first.
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- The Clearing House still hasn’t moved, and doesn’t look likely to this Quarter. However, everyone in the queue moved at least 700 STCs closer to the front when third-placed EC Mailer Trust sold out.
- Creation has fallen three weeks in a row, but is back to levels typical of earlier in the year.
- Most of last week’s pre-End-of-Quarter purchases by Liable Entities were from banks and other Liable Entities
- The weekly and monthly STC creation tally are displayed on our website – check in regularly.
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Solar Hot Spots
Now there’s no solar multiplier, where should you target your sales? Attend our session at ATRAA and you’ll see exactly wher:Want more information? Subscribe to Solar Hot Spots
Our PVsell training webinar is available online. There’s also a host of features under development:
- Time-of-Use tariff templates
- A host of load profiles are about to be uploaded
- A major release that will localise PVsell, add social evidence, and
- Online, inline help.
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In the last month, SunWiz has:
- Been an expert witness in court
- Commenced work evaluating solar financials for a local council’s sewage treatment facilities and administration buildings
- Developed PVsell inline help resources
- Met with the British PV Association
- Prepared for a bumper Clean Energy Week
- Taken my visiting mother to a SteamPunk exhibition
To learn more about what we can do for your solar business, visit www.sunwiz.com.au
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Unfortunately, Sunny couldn’t attend Clean Energy Week (he found it difficult to get Public Liability coverage). But he was spoilt with a beach walk, swim, and a nice bone to keep him happy. Still, he wishes he could meet you all in person, and would welcome your visit to Byron Bay.