Energy Matters Partners With Juno Energy

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National solar solutions company Energy Matters has teamed up with Byron Bay’s Juno Energy to provide businesses and residents in that region with expert installation services.
   
“Juno has had a long-term trading relationship with Apollo Energy (Energy Matters’ sister company) and is now strengthening the partnership,” said Energy Matters CEO Jeremy Rich.
  
“Through this arrangement, we’ll continue to deliver high quality local installation services to New South Wales northern rivers region businesses and residents, backed by our award-winning company.” 
   
Juno Energy’s Patrick Halliday says the new arrangement is a perfect fit.
   
“We are aligned on quality, attention to detail and product choices such REC, Power-One, SMA and Apollo Energy’s SunLock mounting systems. Since our beginnings, Juno has insisted on quality and is now continuing on this journey with Energy Matters.”
   
Two recent commercial solar projects carried out by Juno Energy include:
  
– Byron Bay Health Foods, Industrial Estate Byron Bay: 19.25 kW grid-connected solar energy system, 77x 250 watt REC solar panels, 2x SMA Sunny Tripower 10000TL, three phase solar inverters.
  
– Harvest Cafe, Newrybar: 8.0 kW Grid-Connected solar energy system – 32 x REC 250 watt solar panels, 1x SMA Sunny Tripower 8000 TL solar inverter.
  
Energy Matters is one of Australia’s largest companies solely dedicated to solar energy. Founded in 2005, the company has installed over 15,000 solar power systems on homes, schools and commercial buildings throughout Australia; including the nation’s largest privately funded solar photovoltaic project. 
 
100% Australian owned, Energy Matters only sources products tested to withstand Australia’s often harsh conditions. With expertise in grid connect and stand-alone power for commercial and residential applications, Energy Matters is able to provide solar solutions tailored to customer requirements. 
 
Wherever possible, Energy Matters also utilises local installers – another way the company helps to support local communities.