Getting Solar power reduces your electricity bill and allows you to save money. Also you receive tariff for exporting excess power to the grid by your electricity retailer.

To make it easy and affordable for anyone to upgrade their home to solar, you can either pay a lump sum upfront or in simple fortnightly payments.

Savings


Small-scale Technology Certificates (STCs) are an electronic form of currency created by the Renewable Energy (Electricity) Act 2000 (also known as the RET scheme). One STC is equivalent to one megawatt hour of electricity generated by your solar PV power system. The price of STCs changes according to market conditions. As an owner of a solar PV power system, you can register, sell, trade or surrender STCs for your PV system. There are two ways you can be paid for your STCs:

  1. Assign your STCs when you purchase your solar PV system to a registered agent in exchange for a financial benefit which may be in the form of a delayed cash payment or upfront discount on your solar PV panel system (most consumers take this option). We not only offer this option, but we may also lock a price for you. So change in STCs price will be our risk and not yours!
  2. Create the STCs yourself by finding a buyer and then selling and transferring them in the STC Registry.
    STCs may be created for solar PV systems in batches of either one, five or 15 year deeming periods. At the beginning of each successive one or five year deeming period, the Regulator (from the Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator) must be satisfied that your solar PV system is still installed and is likely to remain functional for the next deeming period. In order to claim STCs for the full 15 year deeming period upfront – which is the most common option – your designer/installer must be accredited by the Clean Energy Council. More information is available in the RET process for Owners of Small Generation Units (SGUs) guide published by the Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator

The level of subsidy will depend on a number of factors, including the location (also known as the zone) of the solar PV system, the size of the system and the price of STCs at the time the system was installed.

Australia is divided up into various zones based on how much renewable energy can be generated by a solar panel in a given area. So the same sized system installed in Melbourne or Hobart (Zone 4) receives fewer STCs than those installed in Sydney (Zone 3) or Darwin (Zone 2) because Melbourne and Hobart have less sunshine so less solar energy is produced.

A feed-in tariff pays you for electricity generated by your solar PV system. Under a net feed-in tariff, a premium is paid for any solar energy that goes back into the grid from your house. So if you have surplus energy generated by your solar panels, you get paid for it; and if you use all of the energy you generate it will be offset against your normal electricity bill.Under a gross feed-in tariff you get paid for every unit of electricity generated by your solar panels, because all of the production goes to the grid.

Solar Technology


The panel we recommend is a mono crystalline panel. These panels are a proven technology that have been in use for over 50 years. They have the highest efficiency of 12-15% in the real world, meaning that fewer panels are required to produce a given amount of energy, and can be used in 3kw and 5kw solar systems. They are commonly used home solar power systems where space is limited, or where there are high costs associated with installing large panels. They have a very slow degradation, generally losing 0.25-0.5% per year.

Solar PV panels produce low voltage DC electricity. The inverter converts this into the AC electricity needed to supply power for standard appliances. The efficiency of an inverter is measured by how well it converts the DC electricity into AC electricity. This usually ranges from 95% to 97.5% for most models. Check the inverter’s specifications before you purchase your commercial or home solar power system. Inverters are sized according to the power (watts) they can supply. There are three origins of brand: German, European and Chinese.

We supply only leading quality mounting kits, including rail that is aluminium anodized ensuring that the rail will support the 25 year warranty to your solar panels, and other mounting parts.

1. Solar Panel

The panel we recommend is a mono crystalline panel. These panels are a proven technology that have been in use for over 50 years. They have the highest efficiency of 12-15% in the real world, meaning that fewer panels are required to produce a given amount of energy, and can be used in 3kw and 5kw solar systems. They are commonly used home solar power systems where space is limited, or where there are high costs associated with installing large panels. They have a very slow degradation, generally losing 0.25-0.5% per year.

2. Inverter

Solar PV panels produce low voltage DC electricity. The inverter converts this into the AC electricity needed to supply power for standard appliances. The efficiency of an inverter is measured by how well it converts the DC electricity into AC electricity. This usually ranges from 95% to 97.5% for most models. Check the inverter’s specifications before you purchase your commercial or home solar power system. Inverters are sized according to the power (watts) they can supply. There are three origins of brand: German, European and Chinese.

3. Mounting kits

We supply only leading quality mounting kits, including rail that is aluminium anodized ensuring that the rail will support the 25 year warranty to your solar panels, and other mounting parts.

Solar For Businesses


Are you looking to reduce costs? Fast & efficient savings, increased asset value and improved competitive advantage with Natural Solar commercial systems. Lower electricity bills Reduce your power bills and benefit with long term savings. Return on investment Fast return on investment with reduced operating costs and Government incentives (rebates, feedback tariffs) as well as taxation depreciation of capital investment. Budget more effectively By producing your own power, you will stay away from volatile energy costs, allowing you to plan your budget more effectively. Competitive Advantage Cost minimisation, improved budgeting and being a green business help to improve your competitive advantage. Increase Asset Value Capital asset value of your business & premises are increased through built-in power saving infrastructure and enhanced efficiencies. Being a green business Reduce your carbon footprint and provide a sustainable & environmentally responsible business with a clean energy future.

Brands we work with


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