our great Mission

Sologistics has been operating for 6+ years. We are a Clean Energy Council (CEC) Approved Solar Retailer.

We started in the residential space and our residential clients were so pleased with their experience (they tell us this is because we explain things clearly and we’re very analytical which leads to accuracy with our forecasts and less cost for our clients) that many of them wanted us to help them with their commercial solar as well. So we eventually launched our commercial solar division too, and now we do around 40 homes a months and usually have 1 or 2 much larger commercial projects running at any given time.

Sologistics does not represent or act as agents for any particular brands – in fact we can get any product that is approved for the Australian market – and so we genuinely provide you with unbiased advice on equipment.

We only choose to work with the highest- quality equipment and we absolutely have a few favourite brands (panels, inverters and balance of system) that we recommend our clients use because they are widely recognised as being the best.


Radio interview FM Saturday Magazine - Cam Clemens, MD Sologistics on the Vic. Govt home solar rebate

10 year

comprehensive inverter warranty

25/30 year

solar panel performance warranty

15 year

comprehensive workmanship warranty

12 year

comprehensive panel product warranty ​



Whether you’re looking to save some money at home and probably only need a small system or you’re a huge power using business and require thousands of panels, you can rely on our solar analysts to help you to understand exactly what you need and what the results will be.

Approved Solar Retailers are companies who have shown their commitment to responsible sales and marketing activities, and industry best practice for the sale of solar systems.


  “By choosing to buy from a business that has signed up to our voluntary Solar Retailer Code of Conduct, you are choosing a business which has committed to a higher standard of quality and service” Clean Energy Council Chief Executive Kane Thornton