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How does solar work?

Australia has plenty of sun which will provide more than six billion years of power. With the best solar capabilities in the world, why not take advantage of such a powerful and environmental resource? Going solar is the obvious choice in an ever increasing energy world, and the savings to your household and the environment are impossible to ignore. Give yourself a break from the increasing energy bills, and go solar today with a PV Solar Solution from Sunbank!

Over time the cost of solar has decrease, so the initial investment isn’t as high as people may think. Additionally, it is a long-term investment which means a PV solar system will be working hard for you well after it has paid for itself.

Solar increases the value of your home, so even short-term investments offer a good return. A good solar system is desirable in the very competitive Australian property market.

Solar systems are expandable which means you can add to your system as your lifestyle changes. Adding more panels and even a battery if suitable to your household needs.

* Standard Installation of a 2kW Solar System Only. Other charges may apply.

There are 3 key advantages of installing a PV solar system:

Reduced electricity bill

produce your own electricity before paying a retail provider. Using less power from the grid means lower power bills from day one.

Clean energy

energy that does not create greenhouse gas during production and energy that is generated from renewable sources such as the sun is clean energy. Reducing the impact we have on the environment.

Low maintenance

once installed, an easy annual service inspection will ensure your investment is safely functioning at its full capacity. With no moving parts, a health check is all you’ll need.

How Can We Illustrate It For You?

1. Solar panels capture energy from the sun and converts it into Direct Current (DC) electricity.

2. The DC electricity from the solar panels is transferred to the inverter.

3. The inverter converts the DC electricity from the solar panels into Alternating Current (AC) to power household appliances.

4. Any surplus energy is fed back into the grid or a solar battery (if installed).

5. Electricity is drawn from the grid when your electricity demand exceeds your solar production.

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* Repayments are indicative only for a customer with a good credit standing and the customer’s actual repayment will depend on their individual credit application following the RateEstimate. Monthly repayments include brokerage that may be capitalised into a loan over a 7 year term. This document does not constitute an offer of credit.

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