Getting the right solar system to meet your requirements.

How will solar work for me?

The short answer? FREE ENERGY. Solar PV panels generate clean electricity by converting the energy in sunlight. That's great news for those of us who live in North Queensland and enjoy lots of sun! The modules of specially fabricated materials that make up the solar panels make this conversion possible. We install an inverter along with your solar panels so this clean electricity is connected to the mains power supply. When the panels are producing electricty, you will use solar power first before paying for electricity from the grid. How much power your system will generate will depend on it's size.

A typical Australian house consumes around 18 kilowatt hours (kWh) per day so a 1-2kW system displaces an average of 25-40% of you average electricity bill. (CEC Consumer Guide)

However, it's not just size that matters and that's why we will work with you to ensure the solar system you install meets your requirements. We consider the following essential elements in determining the right system:

  • your current energy consumption as detailed by your electricity bills
  • the pitch, orientation and size of your available roof space
  • any shading that may impact where the panels should be placed
  • any solar rebates that apply to your installation.

Keeping all this in mind, we will design a solar system that produces enough clean energy to meet consumption needs and reduce your electricity bill!

The right system also means the best value for your money!

Cheap systems with products that are not proven in the solar industry may not meet your requirments over time. Be sure that the system you invest in will still perform the way you want it to in the future. Find out more about the solar products we use to ensure the best return on your investment.

More information?

For your peace of mind, we encourage you to be an informed solar consumer. Check out our Solar FAQs for further answers to some of the questions you may have. We also recommend you read the Clean Energy Council's Consumer Guide for more information on buying household solar panels.