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To get a system & equipment cost, please select the system that Closely matches the kWh of Energy you Consume each Day OR the kWh of Energy you want to Generate per Day, as that information save our time asking you multiple questions!

Please Note: We mainly offer Energy Storage Systems (ESS), and Dual Axis-solar Tracking (DAT) Units!

The Main point to Remember: DAT Racking require *50% less Solar Panels to Generate the same Energy as common Cave-Man Fixed Roof or Ground mounted Solar Panel Racking;

  • DAT-8 fitted with 8x 700W solar panels x 10 hours Sun, Generates 56kWh/p Energy per Day.
  • Where Fixed Tilted Racking with 16x 700W solar panels will struggle to Generate 56kWh/p Energy per Day, largely due to only able to Generate 2 hours of Peak Energy in Summer, and even less in Winter.

Select the link below that closely matches your Energy needs;

Residential Micro Power Grid evaluation

For a Residential Solar Array UNDER 100kW Solar System.

Semi-Commercial Solar Farm evaluation

100kW Solar Array Costs approx. *$300'000, and is the Largest capacity Solar Farm that can Claim the one-off Government Payment incentive, offered under the Small-scale Transmission Certificates (STC) Scheme. NB: The STC's scheme is set to end in 2030.

Commercial Solar Farm Investment evaluation,

Solar Farms larger than 100kW, the system Owners have to sells there Energy via the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO), or alternatively you can Enter a PPA with Power Ledger to sell your Power directly to the Consumer.   FYI: A commercial DAT Solar farm costs approx. One Million Dollars ($1'000'000) per MW, where a Fixed Tilted (FT) Racking is Way Cheaper, but the Customer is being Sold Short on inferior & inefficient Racking.

Solar Arrays over 100KW that do not self consume or store there Energy, commonly sell there excess Energy via the AEMO Market or the likes of Australian Power Ledger, either way this involves signing a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA).

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Our incompetent policy making bureaucrats are now talking of Charging Residential Solar Owners for Exporting there Excess/un-used energy, during what is call "the mid-day power surge", as this over-supply can causes power spikes, and could trip a State Grid sub-station to Black-out.   It's becoming obvious this problem is caused by lazy solar installers Fitting Fixed Solar Panel facing just North, instead of spreading the panels exposure between East, North & West!

If you are seriously looking to make an income from investing is a large Solar Farm, we recommend you also research Energy Storage, then you can fully benefit from your investment by Not importing any energy, and only selling your excess & stored energy during peak demand times, this is commonly around sunrise and sunset!

Energy Storage can eliminates the need for the Over-charging Rip-off Retailers, as it gives you the option to self-consumed &/or export any excess energy for a Feed-In Tariff.   Owners of Large Systems over 100kW will need to sign a PPA & sell there Energy via the State Distributors for an agreed Rate, to reduce the ROI payback time.

We consider it's the Governments responsibility to install Energy Storage at Sub-stations affected by the oversupply from Rooftop power, and thus stabilise those Sub-stations affected, unfortunately the bureaucratic imbeciles/cronies put in charge of our Energy sector, have skill sets that talk and do very little, other than waiting for the next pay cheque to arrive!

That's why we sell DAT Power stations, as the Return-on-investment (ROI) for a system is over *25% per year, that commonly equates to 3~4 year ROI, and thereafter FREE Power for the next 30+ years!

Rural people are fast becoming aware of the superior amount of Energy Generated by DAT Racking, and in turn DAT's require *50% less solar panels, than any fixed Roof-Top installation, and that why the Payback time on your investment is shortened.

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* Approx figures based on historic generation figures.

 

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