APEX SOLAR photovoltaic modules are fully compliant with the Australian Clean Energy Council’s CEC safety standards for installation on Australian residential rooftops.
The Clean Energy Council (CEC) is the peak body for the clean energy industry in Australia, and in 2020, for the first time, new APEX SOLAR products were verified and entered into the CEC’s public database, the only database list that certified installers must refer to.
To this new list, APEX SOLAR has added the new high-efficiency monocrystalline module N-type TOPCon series.
APEX SOLAR designs and manufactures high quality modules that meet the strict requirements of the CEC. In particular, APEX SOLAR modules have passed the IEC 61730 fire test and are suitable for rooftop installations, which is a fast growing area in Australia.
2019 was a record-breaking year: 2.2GW of rooftop solar was installed across Australia. This capacity broke the record of 1.6GW set in 2018 and was almost double the capacity of small solar installed in 2017. At the end of the year, the total installed capacity stood at 2.3 million units, with over 10GW of installed capacity.
Australia has the highest installed PV capacity per capita. More than 15% of Australian households already have a rooftop system, and in some areas even more than 50%. And this trend isn’t going to stop anytime soon, with the Clean Energy Regulator predicting that total capacity will reach more than 25GW by the end of the new decade in 2030.
Australia is a sunny country with huge potential, and APEX SOLAR stands ready to seize the opportunity to help achieve clean energy goals.