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3 simple solar packages below to get you started!

We make it simple for you to begin your solar journey.

3 simple solar packages below to get you started!

We make it simple for you to begin your solar journey.

#1

For 1-3 People

Perfect for a young couple that have bought their first home.

A Household of 1-3 People.

Your avg.*$400 Power bill can be reduced by up to 80%!

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#2

For 3-5 People

Life is busy, let us free you from expensive electricity bills today.

A Household of 3-5 People.

Your avg.*$600 Power bill can be reduced by up to 80%!

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#3

For 5+ People

Our solar systems save you money – imagine what you can buy with your savings!

A Household of 5+ People.

Your avg.*$800 Power bill can be reduced by up to 80%!

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* Costs are based on the general domestic, GST inclusive usage price per unit of 29.95 cents peak and 18.44 cents off-peak per kWh. The typical Victorian household consumption can vary between 1,000 and 1,300 units per quarter depending on type, size, age and usage of appliances, the size and layout of the home and the number of people living in the home. Electrical appliance running costs are based on watts or kilowatts of electricity consumed.

* Costs are based on the general domestic, GST inclusive usage price per unit of 29.95 cents peak and 18.44 cents off-peak per kWh. The typical Victorian household consumption can vary between 1,000 and 1,300 units per quarter depending on type, size, age and usage of appliances, the size and layout of the home and the number of people living in the home. Electrical appliance running costs are based on watts or kilowatts of electricity consumed.

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