Brisbane and Queensland Solar Panels & Power Information

Is solar worth the investment in Brisbane? How much can you save by going solar?

Solar has been a great investment for many years now, but it’s about to get even better!

With solar panels at their lowest prices ever and a range of government incentives available in 2021, you will want to take advantage ASAP.

Plus with an average system payback of just a few short years, you will be able to enjoy immediate savings on your energy bills while also contributing towards the environmental health of our beautiful country. Make the most of your rooftop real estate!

Contact our Brisbane solar team while government solar subsidies and our amazing deals on solar power systems last!

Wherever you are in Queensland, be it Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Cairns, Townsville, Rockhampton, Toowoomba, or any other city or town in the country, we can help you with the right solar power system.

“I really recommend Energy Matters. They helped me find the right company to install my solar system”

– Chris
Can’t afford the switch to solar right now?

Don’t let the upfront cost stop you from making a great investment. Many of our trusted QLD solar installers now offer $0 upfront interest-free loans where you can pay off your system in small monthly instalments.

Simply request an obligation-free quote and find out what payment plan options are available!

Brisbane solar panels: making the most of our beautiful sunshine

Think of installing solar panels as an investment rather than an expense – an investment that out-performs many others these days! Take advantage of Queensland’s renowned sunny climate and transform those golden rays into power for your home.
Benefits of solar energy
Save on energy bills

Save on energy bills

save the planet

Save the planet

Increase property value

Increase property value

Low maintenance

Low maintenance

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Brisbane Residential Solar

Join thousands of QLD homeowners who have made the switch to solar and save thousands on their energy bills.

Queensland home solar rebates and incentives

Brisbane Commercial Solar

Commercial solar is one of the safest investments for your business. Save up to 31% on your energy costs.

Queensland commercial solar rebates and incentives

Queensland feed in tariff (FiT)

For households in South East Queensland, the feed in tariff (FiT) rate varies between retailers. In regional Queensland, the rate is currently 7.861 cents per kilowatt hour (2020-2021).

Estimated annual electricity savings [1]:
  • 4.05kW solar power system: $1,026 – $1,251
  • 5.01kW solar power system: $1,270 – $1,547

[1] Estimated Brisbane electricity bill savings range noted above based on 24.0c per kilowatt hour electricity price and 7c feed in tariff with 50% to 70% consumption of produced electricity for systems without batteries, and 70% to 100% consumption of produced electricity for systems with batteries.

Confused about solar power? We make it simple

Buying and installing solar panels doesn’t have to be a headache. With the rising costs of electricity, thousands of households in Brisbane and throughout Queensland have decided to go solar with a home solar power system. Our trustworthy network of installers will tailor your solution specifically for you while ensuring an easy process every step along the way!

Wherever you live in Brisbane or QLD, you can request up to 3 obligation-free solar quotes
from trusted local installers who can discuss your requirements and any questions you may have about making the switch to solar!

Brisbane solar batteries of the future of renewable energy

Enjoy power savings day and night by adding a battery. Not only will solar panels and a battery add value to your home, they help minimize your power bills and make you less reliant on the grid.

Touted as the future of electricity, batteries allow solar power generated during the day to be stored for use at night time or on cloudy days when solar panels cannot generate electricity. In fact, adding a battery to a residential solar system can double the amount of self-generated electricity consumption.

Tesla Powerwall

Stores electricity for solar self-consumption, time of use load shifting, and backup power. Learn more
Tesla powerwall

SENEC Home V3 Hybrid

The new SENEC Home V3 Hybrid comes with an unbeatable 20 year extended warranty.

Learn more

Senec Home V3 Hybrid

The Electric Vehicle (EV) revolution is gaining strength in Australia. Are you EV ready?

Did you know that over 50% of Australians intend to purchase an EV in the next 5 years ? Installing a home battery gives you the flexibility to either sell your stored electricity back to the grid or charge your EV overnight (whichever option works better for you depending on feed-in-tariff, lifestyle, etc.).

Over 5000 public EV chargers will be rolled out across the country, meaning you will not only be able to charge your car at home, but also on the road as you go. The EV revolution is here!

Brisbane and QLD solar facts

state solar statistics

QLD Emissions vs Other States

Australia’s total greenhouse gas emissions was 535 million tonnes CO2-e in 2017. With 153 million of that total, QLD tops all the state and territories as being the most polluting in the country.
 
In 2020, renewable energy was responsible for 16.6% of Queensland’s total electricity generation. This is the second lowest proportion for any state or territory (with NT being the lowest). Though, there are many wind and solar farms proposals that will inject renewable energy into the grid.
 
You can join the many Queenslanders that are choosing to do their part for the environment, whilst saving money in the process, by installing solar!
 
Source: https://www.cleanenergycouncil.org.au/resources/resources-hub/clean-energy-australia-report

 

QLD Total Net Emissions

The Australia Government calculates Queensland’s greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) as part of their national reporting to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Queensland’s total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in 2016 was 153 MtCO2e.
 
Emissions from electricity generation and usage (which falls under Stationary Energy) accounted for 48.1% of all GHG at 76.66 MtCO2e. This is a worrying figure as the emissions from electricity generation and usage has been steadily growing every reporting year.
 
Source: https://www.stateoftheenvironment.des.qld.gov.au/pollution/greenhouse-gas-emissions/total-annual-greenhouse-gas-emissions
chart stationary energy vs all other GHG

 

homes with solar vs homes without solar

QLD Homes with Solar

As of the 2016 Australian Census, there were 1,987,313 private dwellings. Of those private dwellings, 801,901 homes have a solar PV system installed – that’s 4 in 10 QLD homes!
 
Only 6,730 of those homes have a solar battery installed. Are you one of the many Queenslanders that have solar? Are you one of the few that have solar battery storage? If you answered no to either of those questions, why not speak to a local installer today?
 
Source: http://www.cleanenergyregulator.gov.au/RET/Forms-and-resources/Postcode-data-for-small-scale-installations

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