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Latest News: Printed Solar Sparks Energy Innovation

Stay informed and inspired with the latest updates on Printed Solar technology and Kardinia Energy’s sustainable energy initiatives. Explore our news articles, press releases, and media features as we lead the way towards a brighter, greener future.
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Kardinia Energy was selected as part of the celebrations that will highlight King Charles III’s championing of the UK and the Commonwealth’s values and interests, with a particular focus on innovation and highlighting organisations that are getting involved in the global conversation and doing their part for a sustainable future.
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2024
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Interest from around the world has been intense, Mr Letmon said, with inquiries from more than 100 countries in just the last 12 months. – Daily Telegraph
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December
2023
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Year13 spent a week with Kardinia Energy, learning how to make Printed Solar.
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2023
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Year13 spent a week with Kardinia Energy, learning how to make Printed Solar.
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2023
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The industry needs more leadership from within to achieve its environmental goals, says the CEO of the U.S. Center for Advanced Manufacturing. One example of a forward-thinking company is Kardinia Energy with organic solar panels made from recyclable, eco-friendly materials.
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November
2023
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American Chamber of Commerce in Australia – Annual Awards Gala. Kardinia Energy was delighted to celebrate this success with our broader team, investors and stakeholders.
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November
2023
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“Ed Husic was impressed. The federal minister for industry dropped into University of Newcastle and was shown a breakthrough in solar energy.” – Sydney Morning Herald
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July
2023
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“This amazing new technology is low cost, lightweight, and flexible enough to enable a wide range of applications.” – Spectator Australia
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December
2022
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The Australia Pavilion at COP27 will host some of the rising stars of Australia’s zero-emissions manufacturing industry, including printed solar panel manufacturer Kardinia Energy. – Australian Government (AusTrade)
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November
2022
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“This is actually an ideal testbed to give us information about how we would go about using and powering technology in other remote locations.” – Reuters
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July
2022
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“The panels are made on a commercial printer originally used for printing wine labels.” – NY Post
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April
2022
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“imagine a world, imagine a planet where every building in every city has this on its roof.” – Beyond Zero Emissions
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June
2021
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“It is anticipated that the challenge will demonstrate the use of a sustainable alternative to help the world’s energy crisis.” – Charge Around Australia
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May
2021
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“This installation is the next critical step in accelerating the development and commercialisation of this technology.” – Renew Economy
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July
2020
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“Liquid organic polymers are laid onto sheets of material by everyday printers, like ink on paper, to create a solar panel just 0.075 millimetres thick.” – Sydney Morning Herald
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July
2020
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“The technology’s lightweight nature (approximately 300 times lighter than traditional cells) would enable it to be easily transported in large quantities to emergency situations, relief energy would quite literally be rolled out.” – PV Magazine
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May
2019
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“Advocates of the new technology say it can revolutionise the way solar panels are made and distributed in Australia and around the world.” – ABC News
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2018
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“The low-cost and speed at which this technology can be deployed is exciting, particularly in the current Australian energy context where we need to find solutions, and quickly, to reduce demand on base-load power.” – University of Newcastle
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