I have some unique, high electricity using appliances (e.g kiln), do I need to consider anything in particular regarding the size of the system required?
- To size your solar panel system, you need to work out how much electricity you use and when you use it. This will be balanced with what you can afford and whether you have enough roof space.
- Also it is important to consider whether you are on single or three phase supply; ask the supplier to look into this when quoting.
What is 3-phase power?
Source for this info: https://www.solarquotes.com.au/blog/home-batteries-3-phase/ Three-phase is a type of grid connection. It describes how your home is physically connected to the grid. All grid connected homes in Australia are either: single-phase ...
What size solar system do I need?
- A 5kW system is a commonly installed residential system size in Australia. - The size you need will depend on: 1. The money you’re prepared to spend 2. The electricity your household uses 3. The size of your roof space
The business case for a home to install solar / What size solar do I need?
We advise people to install a system that’ll generate at least ½ your Winter daily usage. If you can install a larger system, that will probably be beneficial (depending on your energy use), and you will be more likely to still receive a feed-in ...
If I get additional appliances in the future, is there anything I need to do with my battery?
• Check with your accredited installer when the maintenance is undertaken if consumption has changed significantly from purchasing new appliances. • Generally, any appliance that cools or heats will need more power than other appliances. • As a rule ...
My electricity bills are very high, what can I do?
Here are seven easy ways to save energy while keeping you and your family connected, comfortable, and entertained: 1. Heating/Cooling - Heat with Your Home with an energy efficient reverse cycle split system Air Conditioner, Set Your Heater To 18-20℃ ...