Installing solar panels in your home is a great way to be proactive about powering your home with clean, safe, renewable energy.
A one-off investment in solar power can provide years of savings by off-setting your power bill. Every kilowatt of energy you use from your solar system is a kilowatt of energy you didn’t have to buy from your power company.
The process of installing solar energy in your home can be surprisingly simple. Simply request a free solar feasibility assessment. Power Compare has chosen to work with Choice Energy because they have a great record for providing home solar systems that are affordable, simple and dependable.
Your assessment will determine whether Solar Power is the best option for your home and your family, if it's not your assessor will let you know. Choice Energy will take you through the following steps:
The technology behind solar power is fairly simple - solar panels are installed in your home in a spot that capture the sunlight, sunlight causes electrons to move around and create a current, which is directed into your home as electricity. In more detail:
Your system size will largely depend on your home’s daytime energy use. For example, if you have a family with young children and work away from home, you may find your home is empty during the morning, but busy in the afternoon. A small kW system might be a good fit for you.
If you’re retired or work at home, you’ll find yourself home for most of the day, and a larger system may work to erase a higher percentage of your grid energy use.
Power Compare has chosen to work with Choice Energy because they have a great record for providing home solar systems that are affordable, simple and dependable.