• Reduction in your bills
  • Environment friendly
  • Affordable cost with the help of a federal government scheme
  • Low Maintenance

The size of the solar system depends on many factors which include your meter type, roof space, consumption of the power, and limitation from your electricity distributor.

Your solar system works in the day time if you want to save more try to use the maximum power at the day time in intervals instead of running everything at the same time.

The majority of the inverters have an inbuilt Wi-Fi monitoring facility. You can download the application in your mobile phone or laptop or computer and connect with your home Wi-Fi and monitor your system. It will show you the historical data as well.

Feed-in–Tarif is the excess or unused power send back to the power grid. Minimum Feed-in-tariff rates are set by the Essential Services Commission.

There are 4 best ways to reduce the bills,

  • Make sure you check your system often,
  • Confirm with your electricity provider whether the meter is reconfigured or not after installing the solar system,
  • choose the best electricity retailer in your suburb who is offering you good rates,
  • Try to shift most of your electricity usage at the day time,

Yes, but you should have battery storage system installed with your solar system to store the power.