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See how much you could be saving with solar

The average Aussie household could save up to $500 a year on electricity with solar *

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How much energy you use each day will help determine the right system size for your property. For example, the average household of 2-3 people in Australia consumes around 18 kilowatt hours (kWh) per day. ^

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* A typical Australian house consumes around 18 kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity per day. This means that a 1-2 kW system could displace 25-40 per cent of your average electricity bill. Source: Clean Energy Council
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What about batteries?

Batteries allow you to store the free energy your SolarReturn system generates and use it when the sun isn't shining so you can make a SolarReturn anytime of the day or night.

Charge up your knowledge level on batteries

Depending on the setup of your solar system, there are different ways you can connect a battery.

Hybrid - the battery ready solution

With this setup, you need a single 'hybrid' inverter, which are labelled as 'battery ready'. This is a special type of inverter that converts electricity produced from your panels into a usable form for your home, but also intelligently works out when to send charge to your battery (and converts it into a form to be saved).

Dual inverters - the backup ready solution

If you don't have a 'battery ready' hybrid inverter, the dual inverter setup is what you'll need to connect up a battery.

If the battery doesn't already have an inverter built in, you'll need to purchase a second inverter compatible with it. This option (at the moment) is generally more expensive as you'll need to purchase the second inverter. 

You'll also be able to use (if setup) a dual inverter solution as a battery backup for your critical household appliances.

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To help figure out the best solar solution for you, we just need a few details about your home. 

We'll call you back within 1 business day to discuss your options and provide you with a (great) offer.

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One of our friendly, team members will be happy to help you:

  • 7am - 7pm, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays)
  • We may ask you a couple of questions about your home and energy usage - it helps to have a copy of your bill close by.