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How much does it cost to install solar?

The upfront cost of your solar system is affected by a number of factors, including:

  • Government rebates and incentives.
  •  The type and number of solar panels you have has an impact on how much your solar system produces in kilowatts (kW).
  • The type and size of the inverter used (the part that transforms the power coming from your solar panels into household or commercial electricity).
  • It also depends on the type of framing equipment and other system components.
  • The height and accessibility of the rooftop and whether it tiles, is metal, or consists of concrete.
  • any after-sales service agreements
How much money will I save by installing solar?

The amount of savings your household will experience on power bills by installing a solar energy system is impacted by a number of variables.

  • Your energy use and the size of your solar-power system will come into play.–If you utilize more power than your system can produce, your savings will reduce. It’s critical to choose the right-sized system for your usage.
  • Your feed-in tariff – Your electricity company pays you for the excess electricity your solar panels generate.
  • Your energy consumption patterns – Solar panels can only supply electricity when direct sunlight is present. This means that households that use a lot of power during the day might attract a bigger incentive from these savings than households that focus on power use in the evenings. Nevertheless, you will still receive a feed-in tariff for any excess energy you use during the day.
  • Your location – Sunlight can vary widely in different areas of the Australian continent, so solar panels create noticeably more electricity in Brisbane than they do in Hobart.

Businesses must also think about the tax implications of any earnings received from feed-in tariffs.

As a company working with approved solar retailer of the Clean Energy Council, it is our duty to provide an accurate assessment of the energy your solar system will provide your house. Many solar companies will also dissect how this affects your bill.

How can I select a reputable solar retailer?

Check if company like Reliance solar services use a certified Energy station for a Clean Energy Council-Approved Solar Installer. Certified Solar Installers have committed to ethical sales and marketing action, use high-quality components, and will guarantee the operation of your system for at least five years. We also advise that you procure multiple quotes to ensure that you get the best system and services for your needs.

What is a feed-in tariff?

The amount of money your electricity supplier pays you for a specified amount of electricity that your solar-energy system generates but does not consume and is fed back into the grid is known as the feed-in-tariff. Feed-in tariffs vary considerably depending on your location and electricity supplier.

What is a Small-scale Technology Certificate (STC)?

Government subsidies “Small-scale Technology Certificate (STC)” are incentives for reducing the upfront costs of installing your solar system. The value of STCs that your system receives depends on its size and location.

To be eligible for STCs, your system must be installed by a Clean Energy Council accreditation installer.

Do solar panels work at night or during cloudy weather?

Solar panels do not generate power at night. Once the sun is down, your home will begin to draw power from the main grid as usual.

Solar panels will still function on cloudy days but they will generate less electricity than it is supposed to when there is a clear and sunny day.

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