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When you’re doing business in one of the world’s sunniest places, it makes sense to put all that sun to work for you.
Many businesses are taking control of their energy needs by investing in solar. The Federal Government recently announced changes to business tax incentives that could assist eligible businesses in purchasing a solar PV system.

For more information, be sure to seek independent advice from your registered tax agent.


How your business can save with solar?

We’ll help you find the right size solution to match your business needs – and your registered tax agent can help you figure out how much you can claim. In many cases, you might be able to claim the entire cost of your system. If you run a home-based business, you might be able to claim the business proportion of your solar panels, in the same way you might make other write-offs.

The cost of your SolarReturn system, and how much you can write-off, will depend on a number of factors. You can talk to us about solar – and we recommend you speak with your registered tax agent to find out what’s right for your business.

Solar at work: Deep dive into solar savings

Every week, State Swim teaches 15,000 students across WA to swim. With ever increasing energy consumption across their six sites in Perth, WA, State Swim were determined to find a way to reduce their energy costs across their multiple commercial sites and investigate the savings that could be made for their business by installing solar. After receiving full transparency on the suitability of their centres by going solar - plus the long standing relationship that already existed, Synergy SolarReturn was chosen to deliver State Swim’s solar solution at four of their centres across Perth.

  • 160kW - Total size of systems now installed at four State Swim sites
  • 20% savings - Estimated annual electricity bill offset per site
  • 3.3 years - Estimated payback period for each site

“We already had a really good relationship with Synergy and after they advised that two of our centres would be unsuitable, it just reconfirmed the relationship we have and that we’d made the right to decision to go with them.”
– Ben Robertson, State Swim Chief Operating Officer.

Get an obligation-free quote

When you choose a Synergy SolarReturn system, you’ll get a high quality, low-maintenance commercial solar system that is designed especially for your business.
You also get the peace of mind that comes with all of our energy experience across Western Australia. We power more than 1 million residential, business and industry customers in WA – and we pride ourselves on getting to know the different needs of our wide range of customers, including your business.

To find out more, including whether your business is eligible, visit the ATO website and speak with a registered tax agent.



*Synergy has no role in relation to commercial solar finance. On request, Synergy can refer you to Vestone Capital to explore a range of finance options that may be available to you. Finance is provided by Vestone Capital Pty Ltd ABN 38 002 674 982 (Australian Credit Licence No.394925) to approved applicants (not available to residential clients), subject to Vestone Capital's assessment criteria. Fees, charges and conditions apply. You should consider your own circumstances before seeking finance. Synergy may receive a commission from Vestone Capital for this referral.

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