Queensland is famous for its sunny weather, and Mackay is no exception, with an average of 5.5 peak sun hours across the year, making it an great location for installing solar power. In addition to the state’s natural blessing of abundant sunshine (or possibly in recognition of this), the Queensland government offers the most generous support for solar power in the country, at 44c per kilowatt-hour (kWh) on a net feed-in tariff. Mackay is home to a Solar Choice Solar Community.
Solar Choice Solar PV system Quote Comparison for Mackay
The link at the bottom of this article is an example of a Solar Choice Solar Quote Comparison for the Mackay area. For the sake of confidentiality and to maintain our commitment of impartiality with regard to our installers, key details–such as the the names of the accredited solar installers and the total cost of the systems on offer–have been removed. However, by filling out the Quote Comparison Request form to the right of this page, it is possible to instantly receive a full, unedited, and up-to-date version of the document.
Solar Choice is Australia’s free, nation-wide Solar Brokering and Solar System Installation Quote Comparison service. Solar Choice specialises in impartially comparing and assessing solar power system prices and installers throughout Australia, advising our customers and assisting them in determining what size system and which type of components will best suit their needs. Our customers’ receiving an automated Solar Quote Comparison is usually the first step in this process, providing a snapshot of the solar market in their area. (Read more: An overview of Solar Choice’s personalised brokering service.)
What information does the Mackay Solar Quote Comparison contain?
-Mackay Solar Installer names and website details. Up to 7 installers may be included.
-Prices for 1.5kW, 2kW, 3kW, 4kW, and 5kW systems from Mackay solar installers in our network (if offered–some installers do not install larger systems, or may only quote on request)
–Solar panel information: number and capacity (usually in the format e.g. “8 x 190 watts”), brand, technology (monocrystalline, polycrystalline, or thin-film), country of manufacture, applicable solar warranties, and (if not part of a package deal) the price.
–Solar inverter information: Rated capacity, brand, country of origin, applicable warranties, and cost (if not part of a package deal)
-The amount of your Solar Choice discount–this discount is available exclusively through Solar Choice, and guarantees a better deal than going direct to the installer
-Each installer’s required deposit amount
-A range of possible extra charges or options: oversized inverter option, possible additional costs for tile roofs, 2-story homes, tilt-frames, electrical cabling, meter installation, travel fees, or ground-mounting solar arrays
Download a sample Mackay Solar Power System Quote Comparison
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He is now the communications manager for energy technology startup SwitchDin, but remains an occasional contributor to the Solar Choice blog.
James lives in Newcastle in a house with a weird solar system.
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