TUESDAY 12 FEBRUARY, 2013 |
Energy Matters Opens New Sydney Branch
National solar power solutions provider Energy Matters is ready to provide even
better service to households and businesses in New South Wales after opening a new
branch in Sydney.
The opening of Energy Matters' Silverwater branch reflects the company's rapid
growth in recent years and its renewed confidence in the NSW solar sector.
Recipient of multiple
; in 2011 Energy Matters was a winner in the Deloitte
Technology Fast 50
and also a winner in the program's Leadership Award
"Many solar providers in Australia have gone to the wall in recent years,
but we remain rock-solid," says Energy Matters CEO Jeremy Rich.
Mr Rich believes the company's focus on supplying quality products and
service via an expert team of friendly staff who are truly passionate
about solar power have been key to its continued success.
"Energy Matters is committed to assisting households and businesses in
taking back power over ballooning electricity bills. We look forward to further strengthening our ties with
communities in Sydney and throughout the state."
As is the case in much of Australia, electricity costs have skyrocketed in New South Wales in
recent years. Since the beginning of July 2012, residential and commercial
customers have been slugged hundreds of dollars more on average each year on
power. For those who've made the switch to solar panels, receiving bills is no
longer such a harrowing experience.
According to information on Energy Matters' web site, installing a 3kW solar
power system in Sydney
can provide financial benefits of around $800 a year
- and possibly more depending on location.
Energy Matters is already well-known in New South Wales, with thousands of the
company's solar power systems installed on rooftops of businesses and homes across the state, as well numerous off grid installations.
The Energy Matters Silverwater branch, which will also house sister company Apollo
, is located at Gateway
; a modern office and office warehouse facility on the corner of Parramatta Road and Silverwater Road.
The new presence has also been established to service a major project - the Empower Group;
which will provide solar industry members with renewable energy and energy efficient products at the best possible pricing.
Empower Group will be launching with solar hot water and solar power systems,
with the product range set to rapidly expand.
The Empower Group initiative has been led by solar hot water company Apricus;
with support from Apollo Energy. Further details on Empower Group will be released
Energy Matters/Apollo Energy Silverwater branch details:
Unit 2, Gateway Business Park,
63-79 Parramatta Road,
Silverwater NSW 2128
Ph: 133SUN (133786) or (02) 9560 0446
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