Why use Solar

Why buy from an electricity company when the sun provides free energy onto your roof every day.

There are four good reasons why you should choose Solar power for your home or business.

1. A proven technology used throughout the world
  • Solar technology is being used widely throughout the world to provide reliable, free power to households, businesses and infrastructure. It is well recognised by governments and industry experts alike, as the best available power generation process in Australia to replace our fossil fuel dependence. 
  • Solar Photovoltaic Power System (PV Solar) components have been well tested and proven in many different environments and circumstances; to successfully harness the sun’s rays to generate free electricity.
2. Solar energy is now the easiest and cheapest way to produce electricity
  • Once you have installed a solar system on your roof, it will generate free electricity from the sun for many years to come. This means you can substantially reduce or possibly stop getting electricity bills entirely while still having ample electricity for your needs. 
  • No more worrying about the rising cost of electricity from the Grid.
3. Be green!!! Do your bit for the environment
  • Installing a solar PV system and using your own solar generated power, will reduce carbon pollution. You’ll not need as much Grid electricity so less coal will need to be burnt at our country’s power stations.  This is currently the biggest source of carbon pollution. Installing Solar PV will reduce your carbon footprint
  • Make your home more energy efficient and add to its value.
4. Value for money
  • A solar PV system pays for itself many times over; after all it should last 25 years or more. 
  • Why would you buy electricity from the grid when it’s hitting your roof for free.


01 NovFive good reasons to add Solar + Battery Storage to your home

1. Security – insure yourself against predicted electricity price rises by generating and using your own electricity.  Electricity prices have been increasing well above CPI for several years and this is unlikely to change in the foreseeable future.