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Due to increase in the electricity prices every year grid connect solar systems proves to be very fruitful in a long term. Solar systems can help you to eliminate the part of your bill by investing money once instead of paying bills lifetime. Research shows house valuation has gone up by $20.73 for every $1 decrease in energy bills. It is also way to help environment by producing renewable energy and reducing carbon foot prints. If you are thinking of investing in solar systems we will help you to make right decision.

  • Solar panels converet sun light into direct curret (DC Power) electricity.
  • To be able to use them in home we need to install a inverter which converts DC power into normal AC power
  • A inverter also records your productions on a daily basis
  • Any surplus electricity is directly sold (exported) into grid and generates feed in tariff.

We strongly recommend you that when you choosing a solar system you should consider more of the product rather than concentrating only on prices. Do you know all you solar panels must be registered with clean energy council, to check registration please visit http://www.cleanenergycouncil.org.au

There are 2 ways how you can claim grid connect solar subsidies. As a customer you can ask your solar company to claim the subsidies on your behalf by giving them authority in writing or STC’s can be alloacted to you as a customer and you can claim STC’s as well.

Cost of solar panels has continued to change over the past decade behind different government incentive schemes and increased diversity in the panels, inverters and suppliers on the market. Being an informed consumer is increasingly important. Similar to buying a car or a computer, you’ll want to be sure that your system is a sound investment that best meets your needs at a reasonable price. It is important to be clear on what you want from your solar PV system.

Cost of solar panels has continued to change over the past decade behind different government incentive schemes and increased diversity in the panels, inverters and suppliers on the market. Being an informed consumer is increasingly important. Similar to buying a car or a computer, you’ll want to be sure that your system is a sound investment that best meets your needs at a reasonable price. It is important to be clear on what you want from your solar PV system.

    • Government rebates and support schemes (these vary in each state)
    • Location
    • Number of panels
    • Orientation of panels
    • Type of panels
    • Type of inverter
    • System design and configuration
    • Shipping costs for equipment and parts
    • Contractor installation costs
    • Removal of trees or other shading
    • Type of roofing (for example, tiled or tin)
    • Height of roof
    • Site preparation needs (for example, condition of roof or ground)
    • Structural engineering, architectural, and other professional services (for commercial systems)

Keeping in mind the variables mentioned above, the table below shows an approximate guide on price range for grid-connected solar PV systems in the major capital cities. Government rebates such as Renewable Energy Certificates, Solar Credits and Feed-in Tariffs are included in these figures.

Your Return on Investment may vary due to your usage habits, Panel face orientation, location etc. It is best to call our one of the team member and they will set side by side with you and work on your return on investments for you to help making informed decision.

Net metering is a way of measuring your energy usage. It calculates how much energy you export to the grid, and how much you draw from the grid. This means that you get a credit for what you’ve exported, and only pay for the grid energy you use once your solar system isn’t producing enough for your needs (either at night or during peak-demand times).

If you’re considering selling your house, you might be thinking of renovating an old bathroom or even the kitchen to boost your home’s selling price. But did you know that solar rooftop panels could have a similar impact on your asking price? According to realestate.com.au, 85% of Aussies say that solar panels add value to a property. The research also found that three out of four renters fancy green living and would be willing to pay extra for a rental if the sun powers it.

If you’re someone who thinks that solar panels are ugly, here’s the secret weapon: black panels. That’s right – you can get sleek black panels to line your roof, giving your home a modern look and feel.

Making the most of your system involves a combination of factors, such as keeping your panels clean, ensuring you have a good tariff, and your system is consistently maintained.