Why install Solar Power?
The use of solar power in place of traditionally generated power offers positive environmental benefits and can save you thousands of dollars each year.
With solar you never have to pay expensive power bills ever again. The cost of a Solar System can be paid off for the price of your current electricity bill.
There are Government incentives including rebates and a Northern Territory Government Battery Voucher Scheme to help Territory households and businesses to install home solar and battery.
$0 Electricity Bill
Whether you'd like to reduce the cost of your power bill, have battery stored power for to protect you from blackouts, you want to invest in renewable energy or reach that $0 electricity bill, we can help customise a system based on your individual household or business needs.
Am I eligible for a Solar Rebate?
The Australian Small Scale Technology Certificates program is a federal government initiative to assist homeowners in reducing the upfront cost of installing solar power as well as kickstart the renewable energy sector. It’s sometimes referred to as a ‘Solar Rebate’ but it is not a rebate in the traditional sense. When a solar system is installed, it generates a number of STC’s (Small Scale Technology Certificates). These certificates represent the positive environmental impact of using solar energy over carbon-emitting fuel sources such as gas and coal. They have a monetary value and are traded on an open market. Companies who are aiming to reduce their environmental impact purchase these certificates from installers therefore partially funding the solar installation. Installers then pass this onto homeowners by lowering their system prices.
How much will I save on my power bill?
There is no way to give exact savings figures without conducting an in-home consultation with one of our trained solar experts, who can look at your existing electricity usage, roof layout and more. You can, however, get an estimate by clicking here and completing our savings summary.
COSTS The cost of installing a solar system can vary widely and is affected by a range of factors from where you live to the technology and size of your system. There is not one size fits all when it comes to solar. The major factors which will affect the price of a solar system and some things to keep in mind when asking "How much"? are: - government rebates and incentives - installation costs - type and number of panels - type and size of inverter - type of framing equipment and other system components - height and accessibility of roof and whether it is tiled or metal or concrete - Battery and any battery incentives by state governments - any after sales service agreements