Find out about Solar energy, how it benefits you, and everyone around you.
You know that big yellow thing that you see in the sky? The sun. Yeah that thing. Yeah well that’s where solar energy comes from. The suns beams which light up our planet are actually a source of energy called photons.How it works?
A solar panel has multiple layers designed inside of it to create an electric charge. It works sort of like a magnet specifically for the sun.
The top layer which is made out of silicon will have phosphorus mixed into it which creates more electrons. The top layer is the negative charge.
The bottom layer will contain boron to produce fewer electrons. Which in turn gives it the positive charge. When the beam of the sun hits your Solar panels it knocks the electrons from the atoms which generates an electrical charge. This electrical charge is transferred through wires into your inverter which lights up your residential or commercial space.
Apart from the urgent need to tackle our carbon footprint reduction, solar panels are very easy to install nowadays. With the government rebate incentive it would be crazy not to buy it now. Within a few years you can expect to get back the money you paid in investments through your energy bills. This means that throughout your life time you would be saving thousands of dollars, which you could use for other things like going on a nice family holiday.
The clean energy council is the peak body for clean energy within Australia. They work with and represent 700 leading business operating in and supporting the development of renewable energy in Australia. By installing Solar panels in your commercial business, you can become a member who has access to benefits such as latest industry updates and networking opportunities. As the leader CEC provide the top qualified electricians to carry out installations of products which align with their vision which is to make Australia powered by clean energy.
The solar homes program helps Australians tackle climate change and their energy bills by providing VIC resident with a government rebate of up to $1,888. For majority homes this is almost half of their investment returned to the consumer.
To further reduce the up-front cost of Solar PV systems, eligible householders can apply for an interest free loan for an amount equivalent to their rebate amount. This interest free loan must be paid within four-year period, or sooner if you choose to do so.
Victorian households are eligible to receive a rebate for installing a solar PV system if they meet the criteria listed in the ‘Solar Panel (PV) rebate fact sheet.
What's next? The easy steps.
Once your are confident your property fits the eligibility criteria, you get in touch with us.
We assess your property and provide you a quote and you approve it.
We then upload your quote onto the Solar VIC portal. You will then be sent an email which will outline simple steps on how to apply.