WEDNESDAY 10 APRIL, 2013 |
Energy Matters' Commercial Solar Division Powers Ahead
National solar solutions provider Energy Matters has rapidly established itself
as a leader in Australia's commercial solar sector.
Data from the April issue of SunWiz Commercial Solar Insight shows Energy Matters leading the pack for commercial solar power
system installations between 20-100kW capacity installed in the first quarter of this calendar year.
Energy Matters recently redesigned its commercial
solar web site
to better demonstrate the company's abilities and some of its
in the commercial arena.
The latest case study to be published is the Federation
in Melbourne's CBD; which consisted of two grid connect solar
power systems with a total capacity of 24.6kW.
With a rooftop as complex as the building's facade, a great deal of planning
went into the installation of the solar arrays on the iconic building.
Even the delivery of components turned out to be quite a challenge as a crane
could not be brought on-site. All equipment was manually carried up flights of
stairs and across the rooftops of the complex.
Adding to the challenge was restricted access to the site - the Energy Matters
installation team could only have access during certain hours; however, the
project was completed in a timely manner and to the clients' satisfaction.
The two systems will generate approximately 30 megawatt hours of clean
electricity annually. Further details on the systems and project can
be viewed here
Energy Matters says if a business is paying more than 20c/kWh for daytime
electricity usage, a system sized to daytime load will provide a payback time of
between 5 and 7 years - after which time, the electricity generated is
Energy Matters Commercial Solar Team can be contacted on 1300 553 213, via email@example.com
or through the company's commercial
enquiry contact form
Founded in 2005, Energy Matters has installed over 15,000 residential and
commercial solar power systems across Australia. Between Energy Matters and sister company Apollo Energy, the two
companies have supplied over 300,000 solar panels for commercial and residential installations.
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