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As of June 2018, more than 1.8 million Australian homeowners have installed rooftop solar power systems.
That’s 1 in 5 homes that are taking control of their energy use and reducing power bills with renewable solar energy.
There are currently around 3,000 households installing solar every week in Australia, and market analysis indicates that in five years nearly all suitable Australian rooftops will have solar panels installed.
Back in 2008 there were less than 100,000 homes with solar power systems.
Going solar is more affordable than it ever has been due to system prices falling dramatically in recent years.
Since 2009, the cost of panels and inverters has dropped more than 75%, while electricity prices have increased substantially.
Significant ‘solar rebates’ are available under the Renewable Energy Target (RET). This helps reduce the up-front investment for a solar power system.
Additionally, solar feed-in-tariffs (FiTs) for the electricity that you feed back into the grid can help reduce system payback time.
Reduce your energy bills • Help protect our environment • Add value to your home
If you have spent any time researching solar power and the components that make up a system, you have probably discovered that there are a few different system types to choose from, a wide range of product brands available, and large variations in quality and price.
Sometimes it may seem that the more research you do, the more confusing it can be, leaving you with more questions than answers and feeling a little overwhelmed.
When you decide to install solar power, you will have to make some choices, and ultimately decide on which system design and size will offer the best solution for you.
Therefore, it is important that you are well informed about all your options, and to never feel rushed or pressured into making a decision.
At SolarWise Wagga we always have your best interests in mind.
We will take time to explain the different types of systems along with their pros and cons, and we will discuss your options with you in detail to help you decide on a solar power system that will work best for you.
We will also provide you with all the information you need and answer any questions you may have.
When choosing SolarWise Wagga, you can feel confident that you will have a professionally designed system that meets your present and future energy requirements, is well suited to your property, and will provide a great return on your investment.
Get in touch with us to find out how we can help you.
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