A feed-in-tariff is the amount your electricity retailer pays you for any electricity your solar PV system generates that you don’t use and is instead fed back into the grid.

Below we have presented the prices, per kWh for Queensland, Western Australia and South Australia:

Queensland

9.36c/kWh – 14c/kWh

Western Australia

7.1c/kWh

South Australia

10c/kWh – 23c/kWh

There are several factors that contribute to ensuring solar is suitable for your home. A roof that is solar ready is one that is free of rust, shade and has enough roof space to fit the solar panels.

Most solar modules have a product warranty of up to 12 years and have a power output warranty of 25 years. While the output of the solar panel will slightly reduce over time it is expected to still be performing at 80% capacity at year 25.

Grid connected solar systems require very little maintenance, however, it is recommended that you have your panels cleaned once a year to remove dust, bird droppings or any fallen debris.

If you utilise a quality solar installer your roof should not get any damage. The panels have no moving parts, but like all assets we recommend you have your solar system inspected at least every 2 years to ensure all parts are still intact.

Your solar system will still work on cloudy days; however, the production level will be reduced when there is significant amount of clouds. As soon as the sun comes out your system will be working normally. Tier one solar panels will still work in a low-light irradiance environment

The rate is dependent on the direction and angle of the panels, electrical work required, roof and house type etc. (e.g. high/low set, tin/tile).

We can lock in a low energy rate from 10 – 15 years.

We use Tier 1 panels – JA or Trina panels and Fronius and SMA inverters.

The current Feed in Tariff depends on where you live and who your electrical retailer is:

Queensland

9.36c/kWh – 14c/kWh

Western Australia

7.1c/kWh

South Australia

10c/kWh – 23c/kWh

Yes, you will get a small monthly bill from Origin which you are paying for the solar energy that is generated. You will also receive your regular bill from your electrical retailer that will cover the cost of the power that is not generated by the sun or if your property is using more power than what the Solar System can produce.

If you would like to exit the agreement you have a number of options. You can pay to have the system removed, you can purchase the system outright or if you sell your home you can transfer the agreement to the new home owner.

At the end of the agreement you will get to own the system for as little as $1.

If you live in Queensland where Ergon is your only available electrical retailer you can still get Solar Flex. You stay connected to Ergon for your night time usage, or surplus power that you need during the day and you pay Origin for the energy from your solar system.

You can add a Battery Storage System to your existing solar system however the inverter compatibility will determine whether you choose a DC or AC coupled system.

Solar batteries allow you to store your solar energy to use at night and make you less dependent on grid power. Some batteries can protect you against blackouts as the energy stored can be used when grid connected power fails.

The size of your battery system is determined by how much load you want to run at night and the size of your solar system. E.g. the Tesla Powerwall 2 needs 14 KWH’s to charge the battery. We recommend you get at least a 6kW solar system to run your daytime energy usage and to charge the battery.

This depends on how much load your house is using at night time.  For example, if you have 10 KWH of battery storage and your home is only using 1 KWH of power an hour the battery will last 10 hours. However, if you are using air-conditioning your load can be easily at 4 KWH’s in which the battery would only last 2.5 hours.

Most Battery Storage Systems come with a 10 year warranty.

Solar

A feed-in-tariff is the amount your electricity retailer pays you for any electricity your solar PV system generates that you don’t use and is instead fed back into the grid.

Below we have presented the prices, per kWh for Queensland, Western Australia and South Australia:

Queensland

9.36c/kWh – 14c/kWh

Western Australia

7.1c/kWh

South Australia

10c/kWh – 23c/kWh

There are several factors that contribute to ensuring solar is suitable for your home. A roof that is solar ready is one that is free of rust, shade and has enough roof space to fit the solar panels.

Most solar modules have a product warranty of up to 12 years and have a power output warranty of 25 years. While the output of the solar panel will slightly reduce over time it is expected to still be performing at 80% capacity at year 25.

Grid connected solar systems require very little maintenance, however, it is recommended that you have your panels cleaned once a year to remove dust, bird droppings or any fallen debris.

If you utilise a quality solar installer your roof should not get any damage. The panels have no moving parts, but like all assets we recommend you have your solar system inspected at least every 2 years to ensure all parts are still intact.

Your solar system will still work on cloudy days; however, the production level will be reduced when there is significant amount of clouds. As soon as the sun comes out your system will be working normally. Tier one solar panels will still work in a low-light irradiance environment

Solar Flex

The rate is dependent on the direction and angle of the panels, electrical work required, roof and house type etc. (e.g. high/low set, tin/tile).

We can lock in a low energy rate from 10 – 15 years.

We use Tier 1 panels – JA or Trina panels and Fronius and SMA inverters.

The current Feed in Tariff depends on where you live and who your electrical retailer is:

Queensland

9.36c/kWh – 14c/kWh

Western Australia

7.1c/kWh

South Australia

10c/kWh – 23c/kWh

Yes, you will get a small monthly bill from Origin which you are paying for the solar energy that is generated. You will also receive your regular bill from your electrical retailer that will cover the cost of the power that is not generated by the sun or if your property is using more power than what the Solar System can produce.

If you would like to exit the agreement you have a number of options. You can pay to have the system removed, you can purchase the system outright or if you sell your home you can transfer the agreement to the new home owner.

At the end of the agreement you will get to own the system for as little as $1.

If you live in Queensland where Ergon is your only available electrical retailer you can still get Solar Flex. You stay connected to Ergon for your night time usage, or surplus power that you need during the day and you pay Origin for the energy from your solar system.

Battery Storage

You can add a Battery Storage System to your existing solar system however the inverter compatibility will determine whether you choose a DC or AC coupled system.

Solar batteries allow you to store your solar energy to use at night and make you less dependent on grid power. Some batteries can protect you against blackouts as the energy stored can be used when grid connected power fails.

The size of your battery system is determined by how much load you want to run at night and the size of your solar system. E.g. the Tesla Powerwall 2 needs 14 KWH’s to charge the battery. We recommend you get at least a 6kW solar system to run your daytime energy usage and to charge the battery.

This depends on how much load your house is using at night time.  For example, if you have 10 KWH of battery storage and your home is only using 1 KWH of power an hour the battery will last 10 hours. However, if you are using air-conditioning your load can be easily at 4 KWH’s in which the battery would only last 2.5 hours.

Most Battery Storage Systems come with a 10 year warranty.

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