Residential Solar


Certain life changes make switching to solar an
attractive option. Perhaps you’re working from home,
recently retired or spending time at home with your
newborn. But the truth is anyone who uses electricity
during the day can benefit from solar. The key is
understanding how energy fits into your life now, and in
the future.

In Australia we enjoy an abundance of sunlight, with
Queensland and South Australia averaging eight hours,
and New South Wales and Victoria seven hours per day
in summer. Making use of these solar energy producing
hours could make a dramatic impact on your total
energy costs and your contribution to climate change.

PV solar power gives homeowners unprecedented
control over energy production and consumption.
“Getting these two as closely aligned as possible will
have a positive effect on your electricity bill.”

Another compelling reason to switch to solar sooner
rather than later is that Small-scale Technology
Certificates are still available. There is uncertainty about
whether this Small Scale Renewable Energy Scheme
will continue, but for now STCs rebates provide
significant savings on installation costs. In some states,
solar-producing homes are also eligible
for feed-in tariffs. Feed-in tariffs are where your energy
retailer may pay you a set amount for each kilowatt hour
of surplus energy you export to the grid.