How does the rebate work
Firstly there is a difference between REBATE & FEED IN TARIFF
If you buy a solar system today, it is subsidised by a government administered scheme (small-scale technology certificates, known as STCs). The rebate is applied at the point of sale, meaning the rebate already applied.
FEED IN TARIFF
When your rooftop solar generates more electricity than your home is using at any point in time, it isn’t wasted – instead, it’s sent into the grid for other people to use. A feed-in tariff is the payment you receive for selling electricity to the grid.
The quickest and easiest way to find the solar feed-in tariffs currently offered by electricity retailers in your area is to go to my online electricity retailer comparison page and enter your postcode.
Does the position of my panels matter?
The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.
Meaning – that east-facing solar panels will produce most of their energy in the morning and drop off in the afternoon.
North-facing solar panels will peak in electricity production around midday (and provide the most energy overall
West-facing panels will produce very little in the morning and generate most of their energy in the late afternoon.
It used to be true that if you couldn’t put panels on a north-facing roof, then a solar power system wasn’t worth it.
With solar so affordable now it is economical to have east facing panels, west facing panels, or a combination of north, east and west.
Ask our installers about the best panel position on your home, we supply a full report.
What type of payment methods do you accept?
Direct Debit or credit card or cash
Finance option are available.
Do you offer finance options
We have a number of finance groups availabe.
Can I add a battery later if I already have solar?
Yes, but you need a compatible inverter.