We provide solar installers with a few ideas on who to follow on Twitter.

Twitter can be an excellent source of news, comment and lively industry banter.

It’s also a handy way to keep track of what’s going on at industry events you can’t attend, or let the rest of the industry know about projects you’re working on.

Last year we provided our top five tweeters for solar installers to follow (Top five people solar installers should be following on Twitter).

This week, we provide you with a few more ideas to keep your twitter feed entertaining and informative.

Finn Peacock
@Solar_Quotes

Finn is a Chartered Electrical Engineer, self-proclaimed solar and energy efficiency nut, dad, and founder of SolarQuotes.com.au. You’ll get more than just retweets from Mr. Peacock.

GSES Australia
@GSES_Australia

Follow Global Sustainable Energy Solutions to keep up to date with their latest training dates and technical publications.

Tristan Edis
@TristanEdis

For those who have missed Tristan’s daily insights, quips and commentary from his time as Editor of Climate Spectator.

Glen Morris
@glenmo

Well-known to solar installers around Australian, Glen is an energy systems designer, installer, trainer and consultant to the renewable energy industry. As well as local news, Glen shares solar developments from around the world.