Is solar worth the investment in Victoria? How much can you save by going solar?
If you have been sitting on the fence when it comes to whether or not to invest in solar panels, we’re here to let you know that solar energy is one of the best investments you can make in 2021.
With a typical system payback of just a few short years, you will enjoy immediate savings on your energy bills while reducing your carbon footprint. Make the most of your rooftop real estate!
Contact our Melbourne solar team while government solar subsidies and our amazing deals on solar power systems last!
Wherever you are in Victoria, be it Melbourne, Geelong, Bendigo, Ballarat or any other city or town, or in the country, we can help you with the right solar power system.
Don’t have the money for solar right now? Don’t let that stop you from making a great investment.
Many of our trusted 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!
What are the benefits of solar energy?
Save on energy bills
Save the planet
Increase property value
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Melbourne Residential SolarJoin thousands of VIC homeowners who have made the switch to solar and save thousands on their energy bills. Victoria home solar rebates and incentives
Melbourne Solar Panels: An investment with great returns
- 4.05kW solar power system: $963 – $1,149
- 5.01kW solar power system: $1,191 – $1,421
Confused about solar power? We make it simple
Buying and installing solar panels doesn’t have to be a headache. Thousands of households in Melbourne and throughout Victoria have joined the rooftop revolution with a home solar power system through Energy Matters’ network of trusted solar installers. Our solar partners will tailor a solution to your needs and assist you every step of the way for a hassle-free, rewarding experience.
Melbourne solar batteries – the future of renewable energy
Solar battery rebates are now available in every Victorian postcode
Victorians are buying Electric Vehicles (EVs) at record rates! 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!
Melbourne and VIC solar facts
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