Australian Solar Energy Project Database

Solar energy project information and details including the location, capacity, year of commissioning and owner of projects is presented in an easy-to-use Microsoft® Excel format. Data current as of October 2013.

This Microsoft® Excel file contains highly useful information extracted from EcoGeneration’s Clean Energy Project Database.

It features the locations and details of all of the proposed, under construction and commissioned solar energy projects in Australia of 100 kilowatts or more in capacity, current as of October 2013.

Information is included for the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia and comes in an easy-to-use spreadsheet format, which allows you to manipulate, filter and extract the data to assist in assessing the current state of play for Australian solar projects.

This one-of-a-kind product is an extremely valuable source of information for designers and installers of renewable energy systems, in addition to contractors, professionals and government bodies operating within the solar industry.

The information is updated continuously as new developments occur, and is confirmed with all relevant companies to ensure its accuracy.

Click here to download a sample of this database.

How you can use this product

This spreadsheet is valuable as it can be clearly analysed with the data manipulation tools provided by the Excel program, including:

  • Sorting and filtering of projects by location, capacity or other detail
  • Extracting data to create graphs for internal business development purposes and for the identification of new business opportunities
  • Listing project details of particular interest to your business for contracting opportunities
  • Assessing which areas of Australia are overflowing with or lacking in solar projects of this size
  • Assessing solar trends by state and location to project future opportunities for your business, particularly in regards to new or changing solar regulations
  • Analysing which projects require repairs, maintenance or updates to panels, inverters or other components in future, based on a project’s commissioning year
  • And much more.

This spreadsheet provides the project location (including city and state), project name, solar technology type (thermal or photovoltaic), capacity, status (proposed, under construction or commissioned), year of commissioning (if applicable) and owner name for solar projects of over 100 kilowatts in capacity in Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia.

The Australian Solar Energy Project Database is useful for:

  • Solar panel, inverter and other product wholesalers and distributors
  • Solar designers and installers
  • Solar product and service retailers
  • Contractors and consultants working within the solar sector
  • Project developers
  • Financial and legal services providers
  • Solar researchers and resource assessors at universities, government bodies and departments, energy commissions, consulting firms and more.

Downloading the product
Upon purchasing this product, you will receive an email within one working day containing a link to download the database, once payment is received. If you have chosen to pay via invoice, there may be a short delay while payment is processed.

For further information on this product or for assistance with purchasing the product, contact Great Southern Press on 03 9248 5100.

Price: $275 + GST

You can also purchase this product in combination with the Solar Map of Australia, which clearly displays all of the projects contained in the Australian Solar Energy Project Database on a large wall map. Click here to purchase both items at once, and receive a special discount!


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