Over the past few years, a growing number of Adelaide homeowners have been switching to solar power. Today, installing a solar system is on the top of most Adelaide home improvement lists. With the increasing electricity costs in Adelaide, people are looking for ways to save on their power bills.
Going solar will not just help save the environment. It will also save you a lot of money. The sun will always be a free source of energy. The cost of solar systems has also been recently going down. So, in just a few years, your Adelaide solar system will practically pay for itself.
There is no one size fits all solution when it comes to solar systems. Your Adelaide solar system should be designed around your needs. Here is a simple guide to help you figure out how to switch to solar:
The first step is to figure out what your Adelaide home needs to switch to solar energy. Any solar system consists of essential components, such as solar panels and inverter. You can also add a battery to save the produced solar energy to be used at night.
Solar panels are responsible for taking energy from the sunlight and converting it into energy. You will find solar panels in various sizes, efficiency rates and prices. Choosing the right solar panels depends primarily on your budget and the size of your Adelaide roof.
The power produced by solar panels is known as direct current (DC) electricity. The inverter will convert it to alternating current (AC), which is the type of electricity your Adelaide household uses.
Unlike many other home improvement projects, installing a solar system is not easy. It can get incredibly complex and dangerous to try to do it yourself. Not only will you need to get up on your Adelaide roof carrying solar panels.
Any solar system contains complex electrical procedures. Without the right experience and knowledge, you will be risking your safety. Your Adelaide solar system will not also be installed properly.
Going solar in Adelaide will enable you to receive massive rebates. Your installed solar system must be less than 100 kW in size to qualify for claiming the refund.
You should also get your Adelaide solar system installed and designed by a Clean Energy Council (CEC) accredited company. The solar panels and inverters you use must also be approved for installation by the CEC.
Climat is one of Australia’s longest established suppliers of home solar systems. We are also members of the Clean Energy Council.
Our professional consultants will work with you to design the most efficient, cost-effective solar system for your Adelaide home.
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