It’s the time of year where everyone thinks about solar, and it’s a bit like musical chairs:
you are walking around, and the music stops… then you can’t get a seat.
Or in the case of solar, you can’t get in installed in 2020.
So, is that a big deal?
People talk about the rebate getting smaller (it is) or stopping (it’s not). What is the difference between 2020 and 2021 for an install date?
Check out this video to learn:
What is NOT buying solar costing you?
Reasons not to choose the cheapest solar systems
Mistakes people make when buying solar systems in Sydney
The trap of "interest free" money in solar power
10 facts about the STC solar 'rebate'
Why do people offer 6.6kW solar systems?
What is the solar rebate change from 2020 to 2021?
Why people don't buy solar?
Why people promote 6.6kW systems?
What system size shall I get?
What happens to a solar in a blackout?
What are STCS?
What angle should solar panels be at?
Warranties in solar systems
To tilt or not to tilt solar panels?
Some definitions - kWh and kW
Optimizing vs Maximizing system sizes
Made in China - is that an issue?
What an inverter does and types of inverter
How we analyse commercial solar?
How much will solar save you?
How much of my power bill I can eliminate?
Do batteries make sense for your solar system?
What solar panels should you choose?
What angle is best for solar panels?
Finance for solar power
Is it worth talking about batteries?