Solar for your house

 

Install solar and save

Now is a great time to invest in a solar pv system, with great government incentives and the price of equipment dropping, the return on investment couldn’t get better. Also with ever increasing electricity prices, saving will only increase over time. Not only are the finacial incentives great but our environment is at a pivotal point where it can use our help more than ever, so be a hero to the future generations and consider a clean energy.                                                                                                                                                                        Below is a general guide of what you can expect (doesn’t include incentives).

 

Residential solar pricing

6 panels

For smaller households with an electricity budget of $120 per bill cycle.

 

Average cost of system

 

$2,490-$3,200

Solar power produced per day (kW/h)

 

5.7

Average monthly savings

 

$47.88

Bill cycle without solar (90 days)

 

$143.64

Average yearly savings

 

$574.56

Average payback period

 

4-5 years

Payback over 20 years @ 80% not taking into account electricity price rise

 

$9,192.96

CO2 savings in tonnes per year

 

1.9035

8 panels

For smaller households with an electricity budget of $150 per bill cycle.

 

Average cost of system

$3,400-$4,100

Solar power produced per day (kW/h)

7.6

Average monthly savings

$63.84

Bill cycle without solar (90 days)

$191.52

Average yearly savings

$766.08

Average payback period

4-5 years

Payback over 20 years @ 80% not taking into account electricity price rise

$12,257.28

CO2 savings in tonnes per year

2.538

12 panels

For small working families with a pool and an electricity budget of $220 or more per cycle.

 

Average cost of system

$3,490-$5,600

Solar power produced per day (kW/h)

11.4

Average monthly savings

$95.76

Bill cycle without solar (90 days)

$287.28

Average yearly savings

$1,149.12

Average payback period

3-4 years

Payback over 20 years @ 80% not taking into account electricity price rise

$18,385.92

CO2 savings in tonnes per year

3.807

16 panels

Small working families with an electricity budget of $300 or more per cycle.

 

Average cost of system

$4,900-$6,900

Solar power produced per day (kW/h)

15.2

Average monthly savings

$127.78

Bill cycle without solar (90 days)

$383.04

Average yearly savings

$1,532.16

Average payback period

3-4 years

Payback over 20 years @ 80% not taking into account electricity price rise

$24,514.56

CO2 savings in tonnes per year

5.076

20 panels

Medium to large households with an electricity budget of $350 or more per bill cycle.

 

Average cost of system

$4,990 – $7,490

Solar power produced per day (kW/h)

19

Average monthly savings

$159.60

Bill cycle without solar (90 days)

$478.80

Average yearly savings

$1,915.20

Average payback period

2.5-4 years

Payback over 20 years @ 80% not taking into account electricity price rise

$30,643.20

CO2 savings in tonnes per year

6.345

24 panels

Medium to large families.

 

Average cost of system

$5,800 – $8,490

Solar power produced per day (kW/h)

22.8

Average monthly savings

$191.52

Bill cycle without solar (90 days)

$574.56

Average yearly savings

$2,298.24

Average payback period

2.5-4 years

Payback over 20 years @ 80% not taking into account electricity price rise

$36,771.84

CO2 savings in tonnes per year

7.614

21-28 panels

Large households with an electricity budget of $500 plus per cycle.

 

Average cost of system

$7,300 – $8,490

Solar power produced per day (kW/h)

26.6

Average monthly savings

$223.44

Bill cycle without solar (90 days)

$670.32

Average yearly savings

$2,681.28

Average payback period

2.5-4 years

Payback over 20 years @ 80% not taking into account electricity price rise

$42,900.48

CO2 savings in tonnes per year

8.883

21-28 panels

Large households with an electricity budget of $500 plus per cycle.

 

Average cost of system

$7,500 – $10,990

Solar power produced per day (kW/h)

30.4

Average monthly savings

$255.36

Bill cycle without solar (90 days)

$766.08

Average yearly savings

$3,064.32

Average payback period

3-4 years

Payback over 20 years @ 80% not taking into account electricity price rise

$49,029.12

CO2 savings in tonnes per year

10.152

28-36 panels

Large homes with an electricity budget of $700 or more per billing cycle.

 

Average cost of system

$9,850 – $12,490

Solar power produced per day (kW/h)

34.2

Average monthly savings

$287.28

Bill cycle without solar (90 days)

$861.84

Average yearly savings

$3,447.36

Average payback period

3-4 years

Payback over 20 years @ 80% not taking into account electricity price rise

$55,157.76

CO2 savings in tonnes per year

11.421

31-40 panels

Large households with an electricity budget of $800 or more per bill cycle.

 

Average cost of system

$9,990 – $13,990

Solar power produced per day (kW/h)

38

Average monthly savings

$319.20

Bill cycle without solar (90 days)

$957.60

Average yearly savings

$3,830.40

Average payback period

2.5-4 years

Payback over 20 years @ 80% not taking into account electricity price rise

$61,286.40

CO2 savings in tonnes per year

12.69

*Note:

The savings listed above are an estimate only using average sunshine hours, your usage times and other factors will influnces individual savings, which may be more or less, we will explain how to maximize your solar system savings.

More savings potential

Solar incentives

Solar incentives are availible to nearly all customers, potentially saving you thousands off the cost of your system, to give accurate incentive savings each customer will have to be looked at case by case, and could be eligible for both the fedral and state government incentives. The fedral incentive drops at the end of each year, so to make the most of it take the leap.

 

Feed-in tariffs (FIT’s)

Any excess solar you don’t use in your house is exported back to the grid (power retailers), each retailer may give you a different price for your excess power, usually in cents per kWh, it pays to shop around to find the best deal. We will explain how this all works, to help you make the right decision.   Examples of retailers: AGL, Origin Energy, Red Energy etc.

A solar battery can save you even more, unlock the full potential of the sun by installing a hybrid system.

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