Solar Buying Guide

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Today, there are several ways to get electricity, which are significantly more environmentally friendly and which can also save a great deal in energy costs. We at Solar Masters want to attract more people to use energy in a more economical way and which is also environmentally friendly. Here we have collected all our products that are linked to using nature’s resources to obtain electricity such as wind and solar.

Many people are curious about solar energy but do not know where to start. This is a great place. If you are a few, e.g. a business owner, we will gladly come over and give a small lecture. But you can also find most things here.

Constant Decreasing Price of Solar power Installation in Australia

The investment cost for an Australian solar system includes both hardware and indirect costs. Hardware includes panels, solar inverters in GoldCoast, mounting material and other electronics and cables. Among the indirect the costs include planning, installation work, freight, commissioning and marginal gains. Historically, the solar panels have, and to some extent also the inverters, accounted for the majority of the cost of Australian solar system. In recent years, price reductions for solar cell systems have been mainly due to one decline in prices for Panels and Inverters.

Things to consider when going Solar

  1. Prerequisite

Why do you want a solar energy system? For economic reasons, or environmental reasons – or a bit of both? Or you may lack electricity in your cabin and still want some electric amenities. Under the heading Technology you can see what different solutions are available and what suits your conditions.

For example, if you have good roof surfaces and want to create electricity – yes, then it is solar cells that apply. Keep in mind that solar panels do not have to sit on a sloping roof. They can also be mounted on a stand on the ground or even attached to a flat surface or a wall. The area around the solar panels should be clean means not any tree or a building should block the sunlight to fall on panels properly.

  1. Economy

The most common question we get from the curious peoples is “does it pay off?”. The answer is “it depends”. Compared to what? In the long or short term and how much do you want and can you bet?

Some Thumb Rules:

The repayment period is 7-11 years. Large solar system Cairns have better economy than small ones, sheet metal roofs are easier to mount and roofs facing south are best. East-west ceilings are also good, but you may lose 20% on the exchange throughout the year. But some households use most energy in the mornings and evenings, so an east-west roof might be the best.

You can compare with bank interest rates or other money investments; an investment in solar energy yields about 6-8% return, which is not at all stupid. You can sell surplus energy back to the mains grid, but you will not receive a tax deduction for everything if you send out more than what you also buy in a year.

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