1. Question: What size solar system do I need?

Answer: We conduct a full feasibility study of your property over a three-month period to assess the best suited size solar system for your specific needs.

2. Question: Do you carry out industrial?

Answer: Yes. We specialise in large industrial electrical projects, especially in the manufacturing industry. We enjoy creating opportunities for industrial businesses to work with robotics, automation and create efficient data management processes.

3. Question: Do you provide quotes?

Answer: Yes, we do. We will get your quote to you within seven working days

4. Question: Do I have to call Dig Before You Dig before I have any underground works done?

Answer: Yes, you do. It is mandatory to ensure you are digging in a safe area. We can help you with this

5. Question: How solar works

Answer: Sunlight hits the solar panels which create DC electricity. This electricity flows through the cabling into the solar power inverter, converting the DC into AC electricity, which then can be used by any common household appliance. In a grid connected solar PV system, this AC electricity flows into the bidirectional (net) meter at the property which then sends the power into the property as free electricity. If power is being consumed at that point in time then this free power supplements the supply to the property, reducing the amount of power being purchased. If the solar PV system produces more power than is required, then this excess power flows back out into the grid.

6. Question: Is Commercial Solar worth it?

Answer: As an environmentally conscious Australian business owner, there are a number of strategies you can implement to reduce the greenhouse gas impact of your business and one of the ways you can do so is to install a commercial solar power system or incorporate energy-efficient lighting. Beside creating clean, renewable energy to run your own business and substantially slashing your power bills, the Australian government offers additional incentives and rebates to encourage uptake of solar power or energy-efficient lighting by businesses and commercial enterprises. Over the last 18 months, the price of solar power has dropped dramatically, while electricity prices have skyrocketed – and the price rises are set to continue.