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Solar power in Australia costs as low as $600 to $1000 per kW for 20-30kW units. Businesses can now quickly achieve a complete payback within just 5 years!
“Going Solar helped us with 3 separate installations for our manufacturing unit. Their services right from engineering to installation have been excellent with impressive attention to meet our requirements.“

- Jack Cameron

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Taking your Business Solar

Advantages & Rebates

The Renewable Energy Target is an Australian Government scheme designed to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases in the electricity market and encourage the generation of electricity from sustainable and renewable sources

These incentives are managed under the Small-scale (S.T.C.s) & Large-scale (L.G.C.s) Renewable Energy Schemes. Residential Solar installations are covered by the small-scale scheme, which provides an upfront discount on the cost of a solar installation.

    Our Approach

    Thorough Evaluation

    Before beginning the installation, our experts inspect the area for installation and evaluate your current electrical system, ensuring everything is compatible with your intended solar power system.

    Mount Installation

    First, we fix the mounts that will support the Solar Panels. It can be Roof-ground mounts or flush mounts, depending on the requirement. This base structure provides support and sturdiness. We carefully analyze the direction for installing P.V. panels (monocrystalline or polycrystalline).

    Installation of Solar Panels

    Next, we fix the solar panels with the mounting structure by tightening nuts and bolts. The whole system is appropriately secured to be sturdy and lasts long.

    Electrical Wiring

    The next step is to do the electrical wiring. Universal Connectors are used during wiring because these connectors can be connected with all types of solar panels. Depending on the need, these panels can be electrically connected in series or parallel.

    Connecting system to Solar Inverter

    The next step is to connect the system to a solar inverter. The solar inverter is connected to the Solar Battery and Grid input to produce electricity.

    Connecting Solar Inverter & Solar Battery

    The next step is to connect the solar inverter and the solar battery. The battery's positive terminal is coupled to the positive terminal of the inverter and negative to negative. The battery is needed in an off-grid solar system to store electricity backup.

    Connecting Solar Inverter to the Grid

    The next step is to connect the inverter to the grid. A standard plug is used to connect to the main power switchboard to make this connection. An output wire is coupled with an electric board that supplies electricity to the home. Now, when all the electrical wiring and connections are made, it is time to start the inverter switch on your workspace's Main Switch.

    Our Approach

    Our Promise

    We consult and cater to your power needs based on budget, home size, and power usage and analyze your space for each type of system available, e.g., on-grid, hybrid, off-grid plus battery storage options. We ensure strict quality controls with a team of highly skilled and qualified installers.


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