SunWiz, developer of PVsell, is seeking a self-starting employee with a diverse skill set.

About PVsell

PVsell is a cloud-based software tool used by hundreds of Australian solar retailers to calculate the Return on Investment for a PV system, in order to secure a sale. PVsell was launched three years ago. Since September 2014, SunWiz has been redeveloping PVsell to make it more intuitive and user-friendly, and increased the amount of help resources, so that we may scale internationally.

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I was overwhelmed with the response to my call-out for donations to Syrian refugees in Turkey. You may recall a little over a week ago, I sent out an email calling for donations of clothes, with which I would take to Istanbul on my visit and distribute to the hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees about to endure Istanbul’s cold winter. I received many responses congratulating me on my actions, and many from people who would have loved to donate clothes but for the fact that we lived in different cities.

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Read more: A big thank you from Syrian Refugees in Istanbul

This story doesn't sound like its got a lot to do with solar system reliability... but stick with it
Not many people know it, but when I graduated from my Science/Engineering degrees, my first job was as a hardware development engineer at a Telecommunications equipment startup. Apart from doing some hard core design work at Gbps speeds on optical fibre interfaces, I was also responsible for demonstrating that the equipment met its reliability promises - so the company could stand by its warranty without fear of in-field failure en-masse. Exactly the question that micro-inverter manufacturers must make when offering 25 years warranty before they have 25 years of operational experience. 

This is the final article in our Commercial Solar Success series.

We all know how valuable profit is to a business. It’s literally the lifeline that keeps businesses afloat. So considering that most businesses don’t want to fight tooth and claw for every cent of profit (although many in the solar industry do), what’s the best way to get maximum profit with minimal effort?

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Read more: How much is $1 in profit worth?

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