We’ll be notified when your connection is approved for installation and if you qualify for the Renewable Energy Buyback Scheme (REBS).We’ll then arrange for your meter to be changed or re-programmed to a compliant bi-directional meter.3) Get a whole new separate solar system installed next to the original.Let’s go through each option in detail so you can weigh up the best approach for you.The result of all this is that there are a lot of eminently sensible folks out there who have had their first taste of solar, like the lower bills, and are now craving a bigger solar hit in the form of a solar system upgrade! The Good News Solar is getting cheaper every day, so the price you pay per extra k W should be a pleasant surprise compared to what you paid originally.(Although some less scrupulous companies who specialise in selling massive inverters with a tiny number of panels may try to screw you on a price to add more panels - beware.The sidewalks along Route 66, America’s historic interstate highway, were chosen as the testing location for solar-powered pavement tech.
In the past year alone, there have been milestones in solar efficiency, solar energy storage, wearable solar technology and solar design tech.
Unfortunately if you are an average Aussie household, a 1.5k W system - which produces about 6 k Wh (units) of electricity per day - won't even offset half of your electricity usage.
That's because the average Aussie household consumes about 16k Wh per day of electricity.
Option #1 Adding more panels to existing system using your original inverter.
The first thing to be aware of (and not a lot of people know this) is that you are allowed to have a panel array with a peak power up to 133% of your inverter’s rated peak power.