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Solar power systems

Our range of solar power systems have been designed to suit different energy needs and budgets. All our systems include solar panels, inverter and full installation. 

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We want to make it easy and affordable for you to power your home with a quality solar system. Learn more about how solar power works and how it can benefit your home long-term. 

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You could pay $0 upfront for solar power on a 5 year interest free payment plan*.

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How does solar power work?

Your roof-mounted solar panels contain photovoltaic cells, also known as solar cells. When sunlight falls on the cells they convert the sun’s energy into DC (direct current) power.

What rebates are available?

Small Scale Technology Certificates (STC) are still available for most households. These certificates help reduce the cost of solar to you. Most solar providers, including EnergyAustralia, advertise solar pricing with the STCs already removed from the price. This is because you can sign over the STC rebates to the solar provider and therefore reduce the cost of the system.

What are feed-in tariffs?

This is the rate at which you are paid for exporting excess electricity generation back to the grid and is retailer dependant.

Will I require a new meter?

That depends on what meter you currently have. A bi-directional smart meter is needed to support solar. These are very common in Victoria but less common in other states and therefore a new meter will need to be installed as part of your solar installation. In most cases, EnergyAustralia can organise this for you.