Sunjuice has installed in excess of 10,000 systems in the Wide Bay Area. Sunjuice systems produce more than 10 megawatts of electricity every day.
Geographically, Sunjuice installs almost anywhere within 50km of Hervey Bay at no additional travel charge.
Sunjuice has completed special projects as far away as Moree and Sydney in NSW and Melbourne and Phillip Island in Victoria and Adelaide in South Australia, so please check with us first if your installation can be done wherever you might be.
Systems have been installed on residential steel and tile roofs, commercial businesses, farm sheds and on free-standing frames in back yards.
Basically wherever you are and whatever space you have we can install a system tailored to you.
Any size system that you desire, however some systems are better value than others.
For business customers requiring larger systems we have installed solar systems up to 300kW in size.
In Queensland the maximum system size (Feed in Tariff) for residential customers is 5kW per phase.
Electrical contractors holding unrestricted electrical contracting licenses for work in, but not limited to, Queensland.
Once Ergon has installed your new meter, you will be credited per the current FIT rate for all exported electricity.
In our experience, very little. All panels have to pass the very strict Australian Clean Energy Council regulations standards test parameters. A 330W panel is a 330W panel and its operational performance is governed by the laws of physics not the brand or where it’s made.
In Hervey Bay, with its unique climatic conditions, different panels function differently due to the heat and humidity. Ask us what the best performing panel is when buying, although usually this is the panel we’ll be using.
Sunjuice Solar uses only inverters which come with 10 year warranties.
Absolutely YES! The Solar Credits Scheme legislation has seen the number of STC’s reduced considerably over the past year and reviews are ongoing so further changes should be expected.
Absolutely – already we have seen FIT rates drop from 44c to 6.348c per Kwh over the last 9 years and then rise slightly again – all whilst watching energy bills increase by approximately 60% over the same period – and there is nothing to suggest that these will not be removed altogether shortly or be subject to further changes.
In our view, this is likely to occur sooner rather than later.
Queensland is now the only State in Australia with a formal FiT still in operation. Every other State has operated a FiT for a time which was subsequently reduced or eliminated. Ominously for the Queensland FiT, repealing or reducing the FiT occurred soon after a State election resulted in a change of government.
Fortunately for owners of systems already installed, existing FiT arrangements (in Queensland’s case until 2028) have been left in place. Only new customers might be prevented from joining the program after a certain date.
Yes. The schemes and programs which make solar affordable are always being reduced. Combined with historically low component costs (solar panels, inverters etc), it is highly unlikely that the “out-of-pocket” cost of installing a solar energy system will ever be as low as it currently is.
If you are thinking about it, the window on the lowest price/highest gain is closing and the welding torch is in the room to seal that window forever.
If you are planning to install solar do it now before all the rebates disappear completely.