Welcome to Global Solar Brokers

About Us

Global Solar Brokers Pty Ltd (GSB) is a specialist company focused on brokering commercial solar solutions and small to large-scale solar systems for private and government agencies. Established in 2011 GSB’s key personnel have been engaged in the solar industry for over 5 years.

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Why Solar?

Today’s world is quickly running out of traditional fossil fuels used in providing an ever-increasing need for electricity and transport.  Simply put, unless we capture the most abundant natural energy source to feed the world’s insatiable appetite for electricity, things will stop.

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Projects & Partners

Global Solar Brokers has been involved through its key personnel in the delivery of over 3000 solar arrays throughout the eastern states of Australia.
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Solar News & Events

Oct 26

Queenslanders Urged To Act On Solar Installations

Tens of thousands of Queensland households that registered for the state's previous solar feed in tariff rate are yet to finalise their paperwork and installations - and may miss out if they wait too long.

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Oct 22

South Australians Feeling Power Bill Pain

South Australians Feeling Power Bill Pain

Some South Australian households are reporting their electricity bills have increased by hundreds of dollars.

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Oct 10

858,000+ Australian Homes Have Solar Panels Installed

Based on the latest data from the Australian Clean Energy Regulator (ACER), the Sustainable Energy Association of Australia (SEA) reports more than 858,000 homes across the nation have solar panel installations.

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Oct 2

Australia's Top 6 Solar Suburbs

The mortgage belt suburbs and the bush are where solar power truly shines.

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Aug 19

University of Queensland And NSW To Partner On Solar Farm Research

University of Queensland And NSW To Partner On Solar Farm Research

The University of Queensland the University of New South Wales will conduct research relating to two large solar farms projects to be constructed over the next three years in western New South Wales

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Jul 31

Solar Power - The Australian People's Energy Choice

A recent survey by the Climate Institute found 81% of respondents placed solar power within their top three preferred energy options and two-thirds placed coal in their least preferred three.

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Jul 31

Solar Power Shifts Into Top Gear

Dunsfold Park in Surrey, home to the BBC's 'Top Gear' test track, last month became the first business park in the UK to be fed entirely by green energy.

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Jun 28

Energy Matters Helping Queensland Beat Solar Feed In Tariff Deadline

Energy Matters Helping Queensland Beat Solar Feed In Tariff Deadline

After the Queensland solar feed in tariff bombshell was dropped earlier this week, Energy Matters has swung into action; offering additional assistance to households before the Newman Government's razor slices the incentive for new applications to the bone

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May 31

Australian Rooftop Solar PV Information Paper Released

Australian Rooftop Solar PV Information Paper Released

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) has given solar PV the recognition it deserves, committing to publishing analysis of existing and forecast levels of rooftop solar PV in its annual forecasting reports.

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May 30

World's Largest CIS Solar Farm Connected

World's Largest CIS Solar Farm Connected

Solar Frontier and Germany's BELECTRIC have announced the completion and grid connection of the world's largest CIS thin-film solar power plant in Bochow, Brandenburg, Germany

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May 9

BIPV (Building-Integrated Photovoltaics)

BIPV brings together a host of solar PV technologies that are built into the host structure, as opposed to being installed onto the structure. The development of BIPV may lead to the replacement of some building materials, for example windows and roof tiles. The asthetic advantages that BIPV offer allow for seemless integration into new buildings.

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Mar 13

New Battery Could Lead to Cheaper, More Efficient Solar Energy

A joint research project between the University of Southampton and lithium battery technology company REAPsystems has found that a new type of battery has the potential to improve the efficiency and reduce the cost of solar power.

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Mar 13

Flexible, large area, cost-effective, reel-to-reel printable plastic solar cells: your questions answered.

VICOSC brings together over 50 researchers across Victoria who are conducting research into new materials and processes to enable the production of flexible, large area, cost-effective, reel-to-reel printable, plastic solar cells.

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