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Are solar home batteries the future?

Instead of buying a solar system alone, why not invest in a battery and solar combination instead?
The benefits of a solar and battery combination benefits are obvious.

From increased electricity bill savings to blackout prevention, why are not all customers in Sydney and regional NSW choosing a battery and solar bundle?

Why are some customers still commit to solar only and leave the battery purchase for another day?

More recently the feed-in tariff FIT), meaning the money solar system owners get paid to export solar to the grid has been reduced again.

From a high of 60cents for each kWh exported in 2009, we …

Is the LG NeON H Ideal for Australia Conditions?

With improved high temperature performance, salt corrosion resistance, hail and wind resistance and a country wide LG 25-year product and performance warranty, LG NeON H solar Panels are uniquely suited to Australian climate and conditions.

The Australian environment features harsh conditions with extremes from storms to winter snows to searing summer heat. WithBacked with LG’s stability, the characteristics of the LG NeON H panels make them the ideal choice of solar panels for Australia.
The LG NeON H Panel is a Safe Choice
There is now way to sugarcoat it – the Australian solar market has been a minefield for Australian …

LG Leads with the Advanced NeON H 390W Solar Panel

The advanced LG NeON H solar panels build upon LG’s solar technology leadership. The technology in the NeON H panels positions them as the flagship range to replace LG’s most popular panel in Australia, the NeON 2. With the LG NeON H 390W solar panels now available in Australia, let’s take a closer look at some key technologies in the panel.
A History of Solar Research and Innovation
With leading expertise in the research, design and manufacturing of semi-conductor technology, LG (at the time known as GoldStar Electronics) first began researching multicrystalline solar cells in …

The Risks of Cheap Solar

In this blog we look the risks of cheap solar and how some solar installers can offer solar at cheap prices.  We give advice on choosing a reputable solar panel supplier.
Most people will have seen the ads in their social feeds or on the internet for cheap 6.6kW solar systems priced for $3,200 or less. LIMITED OFFER or SALE ENDS SOON shout the banners, often featuring ex Aussie cricket captains.

Then you will see ads for other 6.6kW systems that are hundreds of dollars more. We often get asked by our customers “Why is some solar so cheap?” …

7 Reasons Why Now is the Right Time to Install Solar

During these times with more people at home power bills will increase. Solar pays for itself and saves you money from day one and keeps doing it for years. Now more than ever, solar makes great financial sense.

When you consider these seven top reasons for getting solar power installation now, you realise why many families regard solar as essential in helping provide economic security for the household, and why now is the perfect time to go solar.
1. With More People at Home Power Use – And Power Bills – Will Surge
With in-home isolation due to the corona virus there …

How Much Does a Solar Power System Save and is Solar Worth It?

Is solar worth it? How much does a solar power system save?

We hear these questions from family, friends, commentators and of course, from customers. There are legitimate reasons for people to ask these important questions and in this blog so we will seek to answer them and address some of the reasons why they are asked.

If we look at solar panels from a technical point of view, we know that solar panels produce electricity which can be used immediately by households or stored in a solar system battery solution for later use.

There are no arguments whether solar panels can …

Solar Panel Prices – Why Install a Solar Power System?

Is it worthwhile installing solar? With the reduction in government rebates and incentives for solar some consumers remain sceptical whether it is worthwhile to install a solar power system. This blog looks at the changes in the incentives and solar power costs since 2008 and current solar panel prices to answer this question.

The solar industry in Australia has gone through an extraordinary journey during the past 11 years and has always been driven by factors such as rebates, environmental considerations, affordability, available technology and the cost of electricity.

Back in 2008, the industry was mainly driven by generous federal and state …

How To Choose The Best Solar Panels

Investing in a Solar Power System a long term decision, so, of course, it’s a decision you want to be certain to choose the right Solar Panels for you, in order to achieve maximum payback as soon as possible. Selecting the best solar panels for your system, is of paramount importance, because the solar energy generated by the Panels, over the life of the system will determine how quickly you see that return on investment.

Solar Panels

With over 500 different brands in the Australian marketplace who are all claiming to be the best,  it becomes …

Who thought Solar Panels would be an investment decision for business Owners?

Whether intention is to offset your current energy usage and reduce your future energy bills our Solar Bright Team works with you to develop commercial solar power systems that recognises your energy usage and optimise your budget.

 

commercial solar power systems

 

By examining variables like “a client’s energy profile” and “a clients site & location” , and then listening to their financial goals, Solar Bright is able to calculate the size of commercial solar power installation most appropriate for the client and map a time-line for realising a return on investment (ROI) for the money you invest.

 
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