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Aleo Solar Panel

Incorporated in Germany in 2001, aleo produces high quality solar panels in one and only manufacturing plant in Germany, situated at the street named after its founder, Marius-Eriksen-Straße 1, 17291 Prenzlau. aleo solar GmbH is recognized as one of the most trustworthy manufacturers of solar panels in the world and since 2014 is part of the wafer manufacturer SAS (Sino American Silicon Products Inc.). aleo solar modules are 100% engineered and manufactured in Germany, ensuring the highest quality standards with 25 years Factory Guarantee. The “Made in Germany” is not a “catch phrase” There is a long history behind it, which makes “Made in Germany” products so special. Consistent quality, strict procedures, safety focused, certified excellence, technical + after sales support and, business ethics are qualities that can describe the DNA of a product which is Made in Germany. And yes, there is a cost for all those benefits.

Canadian Solar was founded in 2001 by Dr. Shawn Xiaohua Qu in Canada. Dr. Qu is still currently the Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Canadian Solar. In 2006 Canadian Solar was listed on the NASDAQ. Although most of their production is based in China, Canadian Solar has two manufacturing facilities in Ontario, Canada. In March 2020 the Canadian Solar research and development team produced an n-type multi-crystalline silicon solar cell that tested at a world record 23.81% efficiency. Currently, the world’s most efficient residential solar panel is 22.6%. Canadian Solar have the fifth largest solar panel manufacturing capacity in the world (according to Bloomberg NEF), and have an increasing Australian presence. They have 4 warehouses across Australia and employ 50 local staff to work across solar panel sales and service and their large-scale solar farm projects.

Jinko Solar
Jinko Solar was founded in 2006 and grew to become the world’s largest solar panel manufacturer only a decade later in 2016. The company has held the top stop for the last six years running, with global shipments of 14.3GW in 2019 alone. Based in China, Jinko Solar is a huge multi-national, vertically integrated company, employing over 15,000 people in 70 countries and establishing manufacturing facilities in China, Malaysia and the US. Since listing on the New York Stock Exchange in 2010 the stock price has seen some volatility and is currently trading just over US$37 as at June 2021 with a market cap of US$1.7 billion. Jinko currently has over 15,000 employees across over 30 countries. Jinko currently has offices located in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

REC Panel
REC Group is Europe’s largest manufacturer of solar panels. The company was founded in Norway in 1996 and manufactures its solar panels in Singapore. REC is a fully vertically integrated company which means they produce everything from the silicon ingots, wafers, cells and complete module assembly, thus the company has complete control over the quality and traceability of all components. They produce tier one premium panels with 25 Year Product & 25 Year Performance Warranty. They are definitely known to produce highly reliable and great performing panels, especially in the harsh Australian climate with very few known quality issues. The latest release from REC is the new Alpha Pure R series which is built on a completely new 80 cell format resulting in a wider and shorter panel and boosting efficiency to an impressive 22.3%. Power output also increased from 410W to a maximum of 430W.

Sumac Phono Solar
Phono Solar was founded by the Sumec/Sinomach conglomerate, apparently in 2004. The huge Sumec/Sinomach conglomeration has so many fingers in so many pies, they have probably had extra hands grafted on to accommodate them all. They are involved in everything from large- and small-scale generator manufacture, to lawn mowers, to clothing. In 2018, it was noted as Forbes’ 5th fastest growing company in the world. Sumec Phono Solar is a Chinese company that manufactures tier one solar panels accompanied by a very generous product warranty for modules in this price range. They are certified as corrosion resistant and therefore suitable for installation in coastal locations. Phono Solar also now have an Australian office in Sydney. Phono Solar are also very proud of their Diamond Dual Glass solar panels, which were released in Australia in Sept 2021. Featuring toughened glass on both sides, these panels also offer bifacial technology – meaning they can capture light from the rear & front.

Sunman Energy
Sunman Energy is a technology company founded by a group of industry veterans delivering the future of Solar. Sunman is the brainchild of pioneering energy scientist and entrepreneur Dr. Zhengrong Shi. As an academic, Dr. Shi has published more than 100 papers and is the owner of 80 patents. Dr. Shi is also a professor at the University of NSW and an academician in the Australian Academy of Engineering. Through the R&D of composite materials, Sunman has successfully commercialized the world’s first glass-free, lightweight and flexible Panel – eArc. Replacing glass completely. eArc brings solar power to markets and applications scenarios that were previously impossible. eArc has the same durability and robustness of conventional glass modules. However, unlike glass: It’s flexible” solar skin”, 70% lighter and up to 95% thinner. eArc requires 0 penetration or mounting equipment during installation, cutting time-on-site by 40%. Company office is located in North Sydney.

SunPower Maxeon
SunPower is an American company started in a lab in the early ’80s is headquartered in San Jose, California; that produces high quality tier one solar panels that are among the best available. Sunpower still produces the world’s most efficient solar panels based on the patented IBC cell technology and also boasts the leading performance warranty with a minimum 92% guaranteed rated output after 25-years. Sunpower’s R&D team developed record-breaking PV cells using advanced cell technology, which were later used by the NASA space program along with Honda to win the world solar challenge car race in Australia. There latest module come with 40 Year Power, Product & Service warranty.

Tindo Solar was founded in 2011 by Adrian Ferraretto and is currently the only solar panel manufactured and designed in Australia for Aussie conditions. Tindo’s name comes from the Kaurna Aboriginal word for ‘sun’. The Kaurna peoples are indigenous to the Adelaide plains, where the company’s manufacturing plant is located. Solar panels are made in Adelaide and are renowned for their superior quality and lifetime performance, all with very minimal maintenance required from the homeowner. The Tindo solar panel production line is highly automated and helping to create the next generation of high tech, green, advanced manufacturing jobs in Australia.

Trina Solar
As one of the top five solar panel suppliers in the world, Trina Solar has a solid reputation and vast global distribution network and Offices across 30 countries including Australia. Founded in 1997, Trina is a fully vertically integrated company and one of the oldest Chinese solar panel manufacturers. Over the last few decades, Trina’s strong focus on research and development has led to some great achievements, including 18 solar PV world records in cell and panel efficiency. Like many of the large Chinese manufacturers, Trina Solar’s focus is on performance and value for money. In addition to Chinese manufacturing capacity, they have a plant in Thailand and in Vietnam.
Trina Solar’s have set 20 world records for silicon solar cell efficiency and solar module power output since 2011 and have produced 852 approved patents. It’s quite clear that they’re an industry leading solar energy manufacturer with a good track record.

Winaico Solar
Winaico was founded in 2008 and is owned by Taiwanese Win Win Precision Technology Company has expanded firstly into europe, and in 2012 opened offices in the US, Australian and Japanese markets. Winaico is one of the few family-owned businesses in the solar panel manufacturing industry with a strong ethos of delivering premium quality solutions. Winaico’s sole manufacturing facility is located in Taiwan with a small annual production capacity of 180MW. In contrast to most solar panel manufacturers, Winaico do not distribute their products via wholesalers. Winaico have established direct relationships with solar installation companies to lower intermediary costs. Winaico prides itself on being a quality orientated company and its panels are subject to very high-quality standards with in-house lab testing of each module to German TÜV standards to ensure quality and long-term reliability.



Enphase Energy is a US-headquartered manufacturer specialising in the development of microinverters for the solar market. Enphase microinverters are miniaturised inverters that work on a per-panel level. Given their panel level operation, Enphase microinverters offer several advantages over string inverters, including redundancy, more flexible system design, monitoring of individual panels and mitigating the overall impact on a system of solar panel shading. However, be prepared to pay a bit more for a microinverter-based system. The company’s seventh generation microinverter, the Enphase IQ 7 series, is suited to residential applications and commercial systems. The next generation, the IQ8 is being eagerly anticipated as this will be a “grid-independent” device’s. This means solar power systems using it can continue to supply electricity to a household in the event of a blackout. Here in Australia, Enphase provides technical and commercial assistance via its office in Melbourne.

Fronius is a European company that was established by founder Günter Fronius in Austria in 1945. Fronius launched its first grid-connected solar inverter back in 1995. All Fronius solar inverters are Engineered, Designed and Manufactured in Austria. Fronius Inverters have maintained the top spot for much of the last eight years, ever since the release of the innovative snap-in design in 2012. These Austrian manufactured inverters have become the inverter of choice for many domestic and commercial solar installations due to the proven performance & reliability, plus the great service from the Fronius support team in Melbourne. For this reason, Fronius has 28 subsidiaries on four continents, as well as Fronius Sales and Service Partners in more than 60 other countries spanning every continent making them best in whole world in string inverter category. The much-anticipated award-winning Fronius Gen 24 has finally hit the Australian Market and already being considered as game changer.

SMA Solar Inverter
SMA Solar Technology AG is a German company focused on manufacturing and supplying solar energy equipment. The company was founded in 1981 by a team from the University of Kassel and has since grown into company with 3,000 employees and over AU$1billion in revenue. German manufacturer SMA Solar Technologies was widely regarded as the best string inverter manufacture before the Fronius snap-in series took the top spot in 2016. Local service and support based in Sydney is excellent and SMA provide an optional 10-to-20-year extended warranty..

Solar Edge Inverter
Founded in 2006 Solar Edge Technologies is one of the world’s fastest-growing solar inverter manufacturers and is currently ranked as the third-largest inverter manufacturer globally behind Chinese electronics giants Sungrow and Huawei. The company with headquarters based in Israel supplies a wide range of inverters for Residential, Commercial and Small Utility-Scale solar installations, along with a range of optimisers and smart energy solutions. SolarEdge inverters have becoming increasingly popular in Australia, USA and around the world. SolarEdge is rather unique among Inverter suppliers as they do not manufacture conventional string solar inverters but what the company refers to as ‘intelligent inverter systems’ using power optimisers to maximise power generation at the individual panel level. Local office is located in Melbourne.

Sungrow Inverter
Founded back in 1997 by a university professor, Sungrow is one of the largest suppliers of solar inverters globally and a leading Chinese inverter manufacturer. The Sungrow Power Supply Co Ltd is now the world’s second largest inverter manufacturer behind Huawei, with a net worth of $1.5 billion and specialises in R&D, manufacturing and services of power supply systems for wind energy, energy storage, and all varieties of solar PV power systems. This commitment has resulted in more than 1,600 patent applications as of June 2019. Sungrow entered the Australian market in 2012 and has stated that they have captured around 15% of the inverter market. The residential SG range of inverters have become very popular among installers due to the competitive price and great reliability record. The very good support from the Sydney based office in Australia has further helped improve their reputation. Since years Sungrow is holding the crown of most reliable inverter brand of Australia. 



BYD stands for Build Your Dreams – and among BYD’s many dreams is being the no.1 company for solar battery storage. Situated in China, BYD has an impressive pedigree. Founded back in 1995 and listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 2002, it started out as a battery manufacturer and entered the automobile sector in 2003. That’s the opposite of Tesla, which started out on electric vehicles and then moved into solar battery storage. The USD $110 billion dollar company has built many of the million plus electric buses running around China (and many used elsewhere) – so it’s had plenty of practice in developing EV and battery technology that gets a good workout. While many Australians may not have heard of the company, it’s also one of the world’s largest lithium-ion battery manufacturers. BYD is a publicly traded company with 60% of its stocks owned by U.S. investors. Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway is the largest single shareholder at 8%.

Sonnen Battery
Sonnen founded in 2010 is leading German lithium battery system manufacturer and the largest residential battery company in Europe. Until recently Sonnen also known as sonnenBatterie had deployed the largest amount of home battery systems globally, surpassing even Tesla and LG Chem. However, the competition has heated up over the last few years with many low-cost battery systems entering the market. Sonnen, being a premium option also has a premium price & this can be a barrier to those on a tight budget. To help reduce pricing and become more competitive in other markets, Sonnen began manufacturing and assembling systems in California in 2015 & more recently in South Australia (Nov 2018), with the aid of local Government rebates. Sonnen battery owners in NSW, QLD (Energex region), SA, ACT, TAS and VIC have the option of joining sonnenFlat, which enables them to receive a guaranteed annual allowance of electricity from the mains grid for a fixed monthly fee, with supply charge incl.

Sungrow Batteries
Sungrow is probably best known for its inverters – but it also manufactures solar batteries. Sungrow was founded in 1997 by Professor Renxian Cao, who was previously a teacher at the Hefei University of Technology. Since its humble beginnings, the company has grown into one of the world’s largest manufacturers of inverters. In more recent years, it has turned its attention to energy storage. The next and current Sungrow home battery solution available in Australia is the SBR HV, and this has been a game-changer for the company. The SBR HV is a stackable system offering 3.2kWh usable capacity in each module. The minimum system capacity is 9.6kWh (3 modules), which is expandable to 25.6 kWh – and up to 4 of these battery systems can be connected in parallel. SBR HV cells are based on lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO) technology, widely regarded as the safest of all commercially available lithium-ion chemistries.

Tesla Power Wall 2 Battery
Tesla, Inc. was founded in 2003, originally as Tesla Motors. Tesla is headquartered in the USA’s San Francisco Bay Area, with office locations around the world (including Sydney Australia). After cutting its teeth on electric vehicle development, Tesla then expanded into commercial and home battery storage. The company arrived on the home energy storage scene accompanied by great fanfare with the Tesla Powerwall battery back in 2015, which was followed by the Powerwall 2 in 2016. The Powerwall is produced in the Tesla Gigafactory in Nevada USA, which also manufactures Tesla Model 3 electric motors and the company’s commercial/utility storage solution, the Powerpack. With easy installation and a minimalist design, Powerwall complements a variety of home styles. The compact, all-in-one construction features versatile mounting options for indoor or outdoor spaces.

Tesla Power Wall 3 Battery

Tesla recently unveiled the Tesla Powerwall 3, sparking interest worldwide. But what implications does this hold for the Australian market? Here’s a rundown of what we’ve gathered thus far.

Regarding availability in Australia, while the Powerwall 3 Beta Version has been introduced exclusively in the US market, its anticipated arrival for consumer purchase down under is projected for late 2024. However, there’s a possibility of this timeline extending into 2025, given historical trends.

One significant deviation between the Powerwall 2 and its successor, the Powerwall 3, lies in the former’s inclusion of a fully integrated solar inverter. This means that consumers won’t necessitate purchasing a separate hybrid solar inverter from established brands like SolarEdge, Sungrow, or Fronius to integrate their battery with their solar setup.

This development is advantageous for those seeking to implement a fresh solar and battery system. However, for individuals with existing solar setups, the Powerwall 3 may not be the ideal choice. Due to its integrated inverter, it’s incompatible with other solar inverters and cannot be retrofitted alongside previous Powerwall models.


Red Earth batteries refer to energy storage solutions provided by RedEarth Energy Storage, an Australian company specialising in battery systems. These batteries are designed for various applications, including residential, commercial, and industrial energy storage. They are often integrated with solar power systems to provide reliable, renewable energy storage.

Key features of Red Earth batteries include:

  • Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) Technology: Red Earth batteries typically use lithium iron phosphate, known for its safety, long cycle life, and thermal stability compared to other lithium-ion battery chemistries.
  • Modularity and Scalability: These battery systems can be scaled to meet different energy needs, making them suitable for small homes to large commercial installations.
  • Hybrid Solutions: Red Earth offers hybrid systems that combine solar power generation with battery storage, allowing users to store excess solar energy for use during non-sunny periods or power outages.
  • Smart Energy Management: Equipped with intelligent energy management systems, these batteries optimise the use of stored energy, manage grid interaction, and can be monitored and controlled via mobile apps or web interfaces.
  • Off-Grid and Backup Power: Many of Red Earth’s battery systems are designed to provide reliable backup power during grid outages or to operate in off-grid scenarios, ensuring continuous power supply.
  • Sustainability and Cost Savings: By using Red Earth batteries, users can reduce their reliance on the grid, lower electricity bills, and contribute to environmental sustainability by using cleaner energy sources.

Overall, Red Earth batteries are part of the growing trend towards renewable energy and smart energy storage solutions, helping to reduce carbon footprints and promote energy independence.