Why should you pay for electricity when you can produce it? Solar powering your home is the best way to reduce or eliminate your household electricity bills. The size of solar system you purchase will ultimately determine how much money you can save or earn through Premium Feed-In Tariffs. The solar energy works in with your normal electricity supply so that you will always have the power you need.
If your system produces an excess amount of power then you will be paid for this excess by your electricity retailer as a net tariff. A gross tariff allows you to be paid for all of the electricity that your system generates, even the power that you use yourself. Please note: the rate at which you are paid will vary from retailer to retailer and is also affected by what type of feed-in tariff your state has adopted.
Tip: We suggest that a good way to maximise your savings of your electricity bill is to be conservative with your energy consumption between 10am and 3pm.
Other than saving money, buying a solar energy system is a direct and meaningful way for you to help protect the environment, and make a long-lasting commitment to the planet’s future.
Solar power is the smart energy choice and increasingly more people are investing in solar for their homes. If you would like information on our solar systems, rebates and feed-in tariffs please call one of our solar specialists on 13 SOLAR.