Save on electrical costs

Solar is a great way for you to save money and take control of your power consumption. Consumers with solar installed save on average $540 per year on their power bills.

Lower your carbon footprint

Solar systems do not produce air pollution, water pollution, or greenhouse gases thus making them a great way for you to reduce your eco footprint.

Increase your house value

Getting solar installed is a substantial investment that will not only benefit you while you live in the house but also any future owners.

Government incentives

A Federal rebate called STC’s (Small Scale Technology Certificate) is available to all certified solar equipment installed in Australia.

Save on electricity costs

Solar is a great way for you to save money and take control of your power consumption. Consumers with solar installed save on average $540 per year on their power bills. Any power generated from the panels that is used during the day is completely free electricity meaning you only need to rely on the grid at night or you can get a battery installed to ensure you’re making the most of the power generated by your system.

Lower your carbon footprint

Solar systems do not produce air pollution, water pollution, or greenhouse gases thus making them a great way for you to reduce your eco footprint. Using solar energy also replaces or reduces the use of other energy sources such as coal which negatively impact on the environment.

Increase your house value

Getting solar installed is a substantial investment that will not only benefit you while you live in the house but also any future owners. Most real estate agents consider solar panels a revenue generating asset which can increase the value of your home if you decide to sell.

Government incentives

A Federal rebate called STC’s (Small Scale Technology Certificate) is available to all certified solar equipment installed in Australia. This rebate is normally deducted off the total system cost with the remaining cost being advertised to the customer. Feed-In Tariff Schemes offered by state governments also pay customers for any excess energy that is generated by the solar system but isn’t used.