Short answer: Yes! After installation, your system will power your home and reduce the amount of money you pay each month from ‘the grid’. If you produce more than. you use, you can also receive account credits or tax credit towards an electricity bill, further reducing your costs.

The inverter is connected to the solar panels via a cable. It converts DC power to AC, which can be used in your home. Some inverters can

STCs, or Smallscale Technology Certificates, are a commodity that you can use for trade. You can obtain these certificates when you purchase a renewable energy system. 

South Australia’s Home Battery Scheme means cleaner, more affordable, reliable power for every household that purchases a system.Currently, subsidies are capped at $3000 (Learn More Here)

Power you have generated and not used will be exported back to the energy grid. Depending on your retailer, you might be eligible or a tariff or tax credit.

Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme (SRES) are available for community organisations and small businesses. Feed-in tariffs might also be available for unused energy sent back to the grid in the form of tax credit or credits to your energy account

It depends on the size of the system. For some that use small amounts of electricity and receive tariff feed, the system can pay for itself in 3 years or less. For others, it can take closer to 7 years or so.

The amount of electricity that you generate depends on the size of your system, which way it is facing, whether there is any shading from trees or other buildings and the local climatic conditions. Our expert consultants can provide you an estimate based on your conditions.

solar power will help reduce your electricity bills through reducing the amount of power you buy from the grid and through the feed in tariff you receive for excess power you sell to the grid. Though you might not see a “free” electricity bill, it will drastically reduce your costs over time.

Solar panels can usually clean themselves if they have an appropriate pitch. It is highly recommended to periodically give your system a “health check” to make sure your energy production is maintained as your system ages. Our team will provide a maintenance schedule after installation. Note that systems last for 25 years or more.

Solar panel frames and mounting systems are coated with an anticorrosive coat, and our inverters are manufactured to stand the test of time. Some electrical components may need to be replaced as the system ages greatly, but we take time and care to make sure your system lasts as long as possible.

25+ years if maintained. Our manufacturers guarantee their products to produce at 80% over their lifetime.

Gross metering refers to the total amount of power that all your panels produce and the power that you use in-premises. Net metering refers to the difference between your power production and consumption.

You need not worry. Systems can be installed by our team of expert builders. By utilizing tilting frames, panels can benefit from self-cleaning and water run-off.

Your system size will depend on a number of factors including:
  1. Budget
  2. Roof size (how many panels can fit)
  3. Electricity needs and general usage
  4. future needs (If your family will expand in the future)

Of course! We can assist you with adding additional panels on an existing system, or installing a larger inverter. In systems that might not support a larger inverter, we can also install side-by-side inverters.

Yes! Your system can be covered with your home owners insurance.

We only work with qualified, licensed electricians. Additionally, all of our team is accredited by the Clean Energy Council of Australia for the design and installation of your system.

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