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Solar panels are made of a highly excitable conductive material that convert sunlight into electrical energy in the form of Direct Current (DC). This energy produced by the solar panels is referred to as Solar Electricity and the panels performance is usually measured in efficiency.
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Yes! Your solar system will direct solar electricity to your Eastern Suburbs home or business throughout the day. This electricity will power any electrical items you have switched on such as fridges, TVs, Internet, Pool Heat Pumps ect, and any excess or unused solar electricity will be fed back to your electricity network via your Smart Electricity Meter.
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Choosing a solar system to power your home or business is a great investment! A 6KW system will off set your monthly electricity bill by up to 70% depending on your electricity usage. A solar system of this size return of investment (ROI) is between 3 – 5 years and will cost you between $3000 to $6000 to install depending on.
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Your solar panels produce a lot of solar electricity during the day when the suns at its strongest. Your excess solar energy will feed back to the electricity grid and supply power back to your energy supplier and you will get a credit for this solar energy. So your electricity bill will show how much solar electricity your getting a credit for and how much electricity you used from the grid!
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In reality, you most likely will always use the electricity grid! The only way to go 100% off the grid is to install very expensive and very large battery systems which are not as technically advanced as solar panels yet, and most batter systems only come with a 10 year warranty whereas quality solar panels come with a 25 year warranty!
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Straight away! Once your system is installed (approximately one day) and all testing is complete your solar system will produce energy instantly. And you can monitor what Solar electricity in generated by an easy to use application on your smart phone. When you receive your next electricity bill you will notice a significantly lower bill.