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Solar energy is fascinating. Our advancement in technology has allowed us to turn sunlight into electricity which we can use to power our homes and devices. Homeowners around the world are installing solar systems on their roofs to take advantage of this exciting, renewable way to generate electricity. A thought that commonly comes to mind amongst people who are considering making the switch to solar is: how does this benefit me?

We’ve put together a list that describes 5 of the most powerful reasons to go solar. Keep reading to find out what motivates individuals and businesses to install a solar system.
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As most solar homeowners have seen respective feed-in tariffs decrease in value and energy rates continually increase in recent years, it’s no wonder that many have explored the idea of installing solar battery storage to existing solar systems, to capture and store excess solar energy.

Our valued customer Craig* from Mosman, NSW has received astonishing results on his energy bills, saving over 70 per cent on energy charges in less than one year! All thanks to participating in our subsidised solar battery program.  Read more

The power of technology has given us an incredible amount of knowledge – more recently we can monitor and assess solar panel systems on rooftops without being up on the roof completing any sort of ability test. How does this happen and how does it benefit my home? Read more

There is a common myth that solar doesn’t need servicing as there are no moving parts. However, for the efficiency of your system and the safety of you and your family, it is important to get your system checked annually. With most components exposed to the harsh Australian weather and the electrical nature of a solar system an inspection by a qualified solar technician is a must.  Read more

Off the back of the successful results we are obtaining from our Solar Battery Subsidised Field Trial, we are now commencing a Solar Battery Data Analysis Program, to help validate the effectiveness and saving potentials of other solar batteries in our range, and further stress test our current findings.    Read more