Frequently Asked Questions
Please see below our most commonly ask questions in relation to our solar system installations.
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Solar panels convert sunlight into clean DC electricity. A solar inverter then converts the DC electricity into grid-compliant AC electricity to power the home.
Utility power is provided when needed e.g. at night or during peak demand periods. Excess electricity can also be exported to the utility for credit or revenue, depending on the available solar scheme.
With our solar systems you can power your home with solar energy to reduce your electricity bills or earn revenue, depending on our local solar scheme.
Actual savings and revenue will depend on factors such as your home’s power consumption, the size of your system, your electricity plan, and so on. Our team can talk you through all of the information.
It’s a smart, long-term investment. Install solar to enhance your property value and mitigate the effect of rising electricity costs.
The StorEdge® solution is designed to maximise your solar
energy usage for increased energy independence and lower
Excess PV power is stored in a battery and used when
needed to help meet your home consumption demands.
The backup option allows you to stay connected even
during power outages.
In a PV system, each panel has an individual maximum power point. Differences between
panels introduce power losses and can lead to under-performance of the entire system over time.
With traditional inverters, the weakest panel reduces the performance of all panels. With
SolarEdge, each panel produces the maximum energy, and power losses are eliminated.
Our 6.6kW Solaredge solar systems start from $6500 supplied and fitted on a single story tin roof. (Government rebate has been applied to this price)