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How Solar Electricity Systems Save You Money

More and more Australians are choosing to switch to Solar Electricity to help save on their household energy costs.

A solar electricity system on your roof will help you cut your electricity bills, insulate you from rising electricity prices and at the same time make a big difference to the environment.

Financial Benefits

  • Save on upfront costs with the Governments Solar Credit Scheme
  • Get Paid for the Electricity you Produce
  • Recover your system cost in as little as two years
  • Add value to your home and investment property
  • Insulate yourself from rising electricity prices

Upfront Savings

Your savings begin at point of purchase with the government initiated Solar Credit Scheme saving you big dollars from the upfront cost of your solar electricity system.

The size of the rebate under the scheme is determined by solar electricity system size and ranges from approximately $6000 on our 1.5 kW eco-saver system and up to $7500 on our 3.6kW Ultimate Euro Maxx solar package.

The rebates are not means tested and are available to all homes and businesses provided they have not previously had a solar electricity system installed. 

Bill Savings

When you meet with one of our energy consultants you will be amazed at how much your solar electricity system can save you off your energy costs.

The right solar energy system can reduce your bill by up to 30, 50 or even 100%, in fact with the right measure you can even cover your bill and earn money from your system!

You save on your bill both by producing your own solar electricity for your household and by selling excess electricity to the electricity grid.

In WA most of us pay 20.83c for every unit of electricity we consume but with the feed in tariff introduced in August 2010 you can get paid 47c for every unit of solar electricity you produce and sell. That means you are getting paid at more than twice the rate for solar electricity you produce as consume!

The chart below shows you a typical household energy pattern with excess solar electricity produced by the solar system being sold during the day (marked in green) and electricity purchased by the household shown in yellow.


Electricity bill savings are maximised by using electricity efficiency so be sure to check out our energy saving tips and check out how much you can save.