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Residential Solar

For residential solar panels and solar power battery storage, contact Inspire Energy today!

At Inspire Energy, we understand the struggle that Aussie families are facing with the steep increase in their electricity bills. Nowadays, investment in residential solar systems has never been more viable, especially with government rebates available for the installation of small-scale solar energy systems for homes across NSW and the ACT.

Our services at Inspire Energy come with accreditations that other companies simply don’t have. If you want to ensure that you get premium solar power for your home then be sure to use a company that has the industry experience and expertise. We also provide home battery storage for solar, allowing you to retain and use excess power that’s generated throughout the day when the sun is no longer shining.

All of our solar energy for home systems come with remote monitoring that gives you the ability to monitor the performance of your solar panels from anywhere in the world. Inspire Energy can offer you finance packages to make your solar dream an affordable reality. In addition, we have our own team of Clean Energy Council Accredited Installers, plus Master Installer Accredited team, to install your solar PV system, that will not only meet, but exceed all industry standards.

Having collaborated with the top manufacturers in Australia, Inspire Energy proudly offers the best residential solar panels on the market. All of our products are designed to be highly efficient so that you get the best possible value for your money.

 

How does it work?

While it may seem like the technology is complex, it’s actually very easy to understand once you break it down.

  1. The natural sun shines on the panels, generating direct current (DC) electricity
  2. The DC electricity is fed through a solar inverter that converts it into alternating current (AC) electricity
  3. The AC electricity is used to power your home
  4. Surplus electricity is either fed back into the grid or is retained in a home solar battery system

Whenever the sun is shining (even during cloudy days), the solar cells in the panels generate electricity. The inverter takes the DC electricity generated by the panel and converts it into AC electricity which can be safely used by your household.

If a residential solar system produces more power than is being used by the home, the surplus energy is fed into the main area grid or retained through home battery storage for solar.

Some electricity providers will measure the amount of surplus energy your panels provide to the grid and give your credit on your bill. The rate at which you are paid is set out by the feed-in tariff.

When the cells are not producing any power, such as at night, your power will either be supplied by the grid or by anything saved in your home solar battery system. An energy supplier will charge the usual rate for any power you use from the main grid.

All of the components within a solar energy system for your home have zero moving parts, meaning you can expect a lengthy and hassle free life from your residential solar system. Some very generous government rebates also give an added incentive to make the switch to a solar power system for your home.