Balga Solar Solutions
The global leader with the highest solar per capita is Australia. One in three Australian homes now have solar.
Solar in Balga, Balga is a suburb of Perth, the capital city of Western Australia, 13 kilometres north of Perth city’s central business district. Its local government area is the City of Stirling. The name Balga” was adopted in 1954 and is the Noongar (Aboriginal) word for the indigenous grass tree Xanthorrhoea preissii.”
When a simple solar system is paired with a solar battery it is able too eliminate bills entirely.
The “Duck Curve” Graph
Essentially, this notorious “Duck Curve” shows the extreme changes in grid demand throughout the day caused by the rapid uptake of solar power over recent years.
A noticeable dip in grid power demand can be seen as the sun rises. Smart homes & businesses with solar panels generate their own electricity and require little, if any, power from the grid. In fact, many solar owners generate excess solar power and export it to the grid, further reducing the need for dirty-coal-power to be generated.
Solar for Balga
With solar power, you don’t need to turn it on in the morning or off at night – the system will do this automatically for you. The system will switch between solar power and the electricity grid automatically, as your solar system will determine when is best to do so.This based on the amount of energy being produced and consumed in your home. A quality solar system requires very little ongoing maintenance, that means you’ll hardly know it’s there, except for the money you will be saving!
Your solar inverter (usually installed in your garage or in an easily accessible spot), can provide you with a lot of information such as the amount of electricity being produced at any particular time, how much it has generated that day or in total since it was installed. Most quality inverters feature Wi-Fi connectivity and include easy online monitoring.
Protecting yourself from rising energy prices
With a solar system installed on your roof, you will continue to generate years of free electricity from the sun. When your able to generate your own electricity it can substantially reduce or even eliminate your power bill.
Doing your bit for the environment
Electricty generated and consumed by your own solar system means that you’ll draw a lot less electricity from the grid. This means less coal or gas is burnt at a power station reducing the use of the biggest source of carbon pollution worldwide.Installing a solar system is the single most important step you can take towards reducing your carbon footprint.
Balga Local Government Rebates & Incentives
The Federal Government’s STC rebate Scheme provides thousands of dollars towards the cost of purchasing and installing your solar system. Along with the government schemes to help you install your solar system there are also state based feed-in tariff schemes that will provide a payment system for any excess electricity that is generated and feed back into the grid.
Contact one of our Positive Energy Solution Experts for a no-obligation phone, email or in home consultation.
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