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About Solgen

With over a decade of experience, Solgen Energy Group has grown to become Australia’s largest provider of commercial solar power systems.

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Who are we?

Founded in 2008, Solgen Energy Group’s focus on creating value through solar and technology is enduring.

Our ongoing investment in people and systems has created an organisation that is unmatched across our competencies and delivery platform.

Our leading technologies adapt to Australia’s energy future.  The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) predicts that by 2030, 40% of all energy generation in Australia will be decentralised.

Sourced from rooftops, fields and other renewable sources, we’re focused on shaping a new era of decentralised energy.

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Supply Chain Resources

Solgen Energy’s supply chain capability is managed through Sol Distribution, our wholly owned supply and logistics entity.

As one of the largest importers and suppliers of solar products in Australia, our relationship with Sol Distribution underpins Solgen Energy’s ability to offer best-in-class product and lowest price to our customers.

Our ability to have significant control over our supply chain as well as clear visibility around new product offerings underpins our innovative solutions driven by technology.

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Why Solgen?

Solgen Energy is an award winning, industry leading Australian solar company with unrivalled experience in commercial and industrial scale solar for over 10 years.

In 2017  and 2018 Solgen Energy was recognized as Australia’s No.1 commercial solar company by independent solar energy consultancy SunWiz.

We have designed and delivered some of Australia’s most iconic solar projects with a proven commitment to delivering the best quality solar products and services across government, commercial business, construction groups and various industries throughout Australia.

Our capabilities cover the full life cycle of a solar power system, from planning and approvals to project management, civil works, construction, operation and maintenance.

Our history

2008

Solgen Energy

David Naismith and Joe Coco incorporate Solgen Energy to target the emerging global trend towards decentralised energy sources.

2009 - 2013

NSW Department of Commerce

Develop and deliver close to 1,000 projects across NSW schools and government sites.

2012

Willoughby Council

Australia’s first multi-storey car park array installed at Westfield Chatswood.

2014

Sunlease

Launch Sunlease to target the emerging Power Purchase Agreement market in commercial solar.

2015

Tyrrell's Vineyard

Australia’s first commercial solar power systems delivered under the Power Purchase Agreement (Sunlease)

2015

National Broadband Network

National rollout of solar power across Australia’s National Broadband Network.

2016

Acquisition by Anchorage Capital Partners

Solgen Energy group of companies acquired by private equity enters the next phase of growth.

2016

Solgen Energy Group

Rebranding of Solgen Energy to Solgen Energy Group to recognise breadth and depth of industry coverage.

2016

Adelaide Airport

Largest single rooftop array in Australia (1.17MW)

2017

Australia Post

Largest single rooftop array in Australia (2.01MW)

2017

Australia's no.1 in commercial solar

Recognized as Australia’s Number 1 in Commercial Solar (verified by independent solar energy consultancy Sunwiz)

2018

Australia's no.1 in commercial solar

Recognized as Australia’s Number 1 in Commercial Solar once again (verified by independent solar energy consultancy Sunwiz)

2019

Charter Hall

Commence rollout of one of the first multi-site commercial Power Purchase Agreements.

Our Clients

We work with Australia’s leading businesses to create value from a mix of solar, storage and digital technologies.

Woolworth
Westfield
University of Technology Sydney
University of Sydney
University of SA
University of New South Wales
UnitingCare Australia
Tyrrell's Vineyards Pty Ltd
The Northern Territory’s Catholic Education Office
The Maze - Home Of Outback Splash
Taronga Conservation Society Australia
Sydney Harbour Federation Trust
Stocklands
Australia-Post
Adelaide-Airport
AIMS Australian Institute of Marine Science
Asian United Food Service (AUFS)
Blacktown-City-Council
Brisbane Markets Limited
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