Solar Power In Campbell Creek, QLD, 4625

Energy Matters installs quality solar panels and battery systems in Queensland, including Campbell Creek (postcode: 4625) and the Burnett region - we have a large network of accredited solar installers throughout QLD.

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Installing solar in Campbell Creek
Queensland, 4625

The following details estimate output for systems installed in Campbell Creek , plus other useful solar power related information and statistics relevant to the Burnett region. For expert advice on a system to suit your needs, including battery storage options, call our friendly Queensland team on 133-SUN.

Campbell Creek's solar energy resources

On average, Campbell Creek receives solar irradiation levels of around 5.15 kilowatt hours per square metre daily. Ideally, solar panels installed in Campbell Creek should face a Northerly direction. Acceptable panel angle range is 10° to 20° and the optimal angle is 15°. On typical rooftop PV installations, actual installation angle will be determined by roof inclination.


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Solar installations in Campbell Creek, QLD, 4625

There are 333 solar PV installations in Campbell Creek's postcode, 4625, totaling 1120.44 kW of capacity. The 4625 postcode accounts for 0.022% of all the solar installations in Australia.

The map below shows installations Energy Matters and its parent company has performed in the Campbell Creek area.

solar power installations in Campbell Creek

The average system size in Campbell Creek is 3.36kW and the Australian average is 3.15kW.

System owners in Campbell Creek's postcode area are generating an average of 5770 kWh daily, saving them collectively approximately $51932 monthly and $631844 annually**. The electricity produced by arrays in the 4625 postcode is enough to fully power 311 Australian homes.

Campbell Creek solar carbon offset

System owners in Campbell Creek's postcode are collectively avoiding 2106 tonnes (coal fired power) or 842 tonnes (gas fired power) of carbon emissions each year; the equivalent of taking 302 - 756 cars off Campbell Creek's roads.

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Other related Campbell Creek information

Campbell Creek's coordinates are -25.711338,151.690896 and its weather station is located at Gayndah. Gayndah weather station reports the following average readings:

  • Solar irradiation in Campbell Creek: 5.15 kWh/sq m/day
  • Wind speed: 4.17 m/s
  • Air pressure: 98.72 kPa
  • Humidity: 65.36%
  • Air temperature: 21.08 degrees C
  • Earth temperature:21.15 degrees C

** Notes on system performance in Campbell Creek

Figures above are approximations only - e.g., the retail value of electricity for Campbell Creek households is based on 30c per kilowatt hour.

Considering buying solar panels?

We have accredited installers servicing Campbell Creek and the Burnett region. For more QLD solar power information, request a quick solar quote, view our current specials on fully installed solar power systems in Queensland or call our Campbell Creek hotline on 133 SUN.

Home Battery Systems In Campbell Creek

Join Campbell Creek's energy storage revolution! We supply and install home battery storage and battery-ready solar panel systems in Campbell Creek and the Burnett region. Call our Queensland team on 133-SUN for more information.