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Going Solar Now Cheaper Than A Daily Cup Of Coffee

Australian solar solutions provider Energy Matters is currently offering fully installed 3kW solar panel systems from under $3 a day; with no up-front payment required.

With Energy Matters’ Save As You Go Solar initiative and depending on installation location; repayments are as little as $20.55 week for a 3kW system that can return a financial benefit of up to $1,215 year – meaning the amount saved on electricity bills can be more than the repayments.

After the payment period, electricity produced by the system is essentially free.

Energy Matters introduced the $0 deposit Save As You Go program to address a couple of remaining barriers for many Australian households wanting to go solar – the initial outlay and payment plan repayment levels.

Additionally, from now until the end of August, all grid-connect solar power systems ordered under Energy Matters’ Save as You Go payment plan will also be accompanied by a $250 cheque on the day of installation to kick-start a household’s solar savings.

Save As You Go isn’t restricted to 3kW systems – the company offers the option with its entire range of solar packages. While a 3kW system can burn a hole in a family’s power bill, a 5kW array can often blow it away altogether; making now a great time to think big when going solar.

The full range of Energy Matters’ systems can be viewed on the company’s instant online solar quotes page. For personalised no-obligation advice, the company’s solar consultants can be contacted on 1800-EMATTERS (133 786).

Established in 2005, Energy Matters has installed over 15,000 solar panel systems on homes, schools and commercial buildings throughout Australia and is the recipient of multiple awards; including the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 2011 award and 2010 Melbourne Awards winner in the category of Contribution To Environment.

Get a quick solar quote, or contact us today toll free on 1800 EMATTERS or email our friendly team for expert, obligation-free advice!


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