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Solar Panel Buyer’s Guide

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Approximately 1.5 million Australian houses now have solar panel systems (also known as solar PV systems) installed, up from just 8,000 in 2007. Generous government rebates and falling prices for new solar panels have made it economical, and in some cases profitable, for households to install them.

However in the last 1-2 years, solar power rebates from both state and federal governments have been cut significantly. Despite that, prices for solar panels have continued to fall and the cost of electricity has continued to rise. As a result solar panels remain attractive, but households now need to think a lot harder about whether they’ll be economical for their circumstances.

How our Guide Works

Money Grows on Trees has developed an easy to understand Solar Panel Buyers Guide to help you work out whether solar panels are the right option for your home. Our Guide helps you understand:

  • How rooftop solar panels work in your home
  • Whether your house is suited to solar panels
  • How much it costs to install solar panels
  • How much money you can expect to save
  • What to look for when selecting a solar PV system
  • How the installation process works

Once you’ve finished reading this guide, you should be able to:

  • Decide whether to install solar panels in your home
  • Ask a supplier all the right questions to ensure you get the best possible value and quality from your system

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