Frequently Asked Questions

Solar power converts sunlight into electricity, either directly using photovoltaics (PV), indirectly using concentrated solar power, or combination. Concentrated solar power systems use lensesor mirrors and tracking systems to focus a large area of sunlight into a small beam. Photovoltaic cells then convert light into an electric current using photovoltaic effect.

How Much Do Solar Cost?

Solar Panels prices have come down a lot throughout the years with improved and new technologies, generating more and efficient electricity to our home. Also due to government generous incentives, solar systems have becoming more and more affordable.

Typically, a 6.6kW solar system would costs around $4000 to $8000 after consumer rebates. This is very reasonable as you would expect a system to last more than 25 years and they are a lot cheaper than most tv, phones and home appliances.

How Much Money to Save?

In Qld, average of 25 kWh will be generated a day from a 6.6kW system. Meaning a medium household of 4 with 50% self-consumption would save around $1500* a year, even possible electricity credit from your supplier.

*Based off standard $0.23 buy price and $0.15 FITs

Increase size of system in future?

Depends on your roof space and size of inverter. It is possible to add a second systems or removed existing system and replaced with a newer and more powerful systems. Please note that the solar Feed-in Tarrifs (FITs) in each state have limits on the system size and replacing or adding solar system could affect your current FITs.

How Long is the Wait between booking and Installation?

It depends on how long is the approval takes and it varies from state to state. However, our company average wait time for installation is about 3 to 5 weeks.

So solar panels work in Blackout?

No, but there is always options to install a battery pack down the track.

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