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3/39 E Esplanade Manly NSW 2095 Australia
3/39 East EsplanadeAUNew South WalesManly2095
+61 1300 787 273solarchoice.net.au
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Solar energy self-consumption explained. #solar #batterystorage
If you’re currently shopping around for a solar system, focus on solar self-consumption: You’ll get the most out of your solar panels by consuming the energy they produce while it is being produced.
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Depth of discharge and solar energy storage
Depth of discharge (DoD) is one of the key figures to keep in mind when selecting batteries for your solar energy system. What is depth of discharge and how should it play into your choice of batteries?
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kW vs kWh in solar & battery storage: Power, energy or capacity?
If you’re shopping around for solar panels or a battery storage for your home, you’re undoubtedly come across the terms ‘kilowatt’ (abbreviated as kW) and kilowatt-hour (kWh). These terms might be a bit confusing at first, so we’ve written this article to explain these terms and make them easy to understand.
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Residential solar PV system prices for January 2017 now live on our site.
Solar system prices for the new year continue to hover around $1.62/W, as they have for the past six months or so.
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Horizontal, flat solar panels vs tilted solar arrays.
Solar panel tilt angle and orientation are two of the most important factors in determining how much electricity your solar panel array will generate. But what should you do if you have a flat roof? Is it ever worth it to have your solar panels installed horizontally?
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Rooftop Solar Subsidy to be reduced on 1 January 2017.
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Off grid with 10kW solar & battery storage?
In this article, we’ll look at the case for going off-grid with a 10kW solar system – the unofficial upper limit for residential solar system size in Australia. Can an Australian home disconnect from the grid with a 10kW solar system and batteries?
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Solar battery storage in Canberra, ACT: A brief overview for shoppers.
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Power vs energy in home battery storage systems - a brief explainer.
Different battery storage products have different specifications and capabilities, making them better or less well-suited for various applications. In this article we’ll talk about ‘power batteries’ vs ‘energy batteries’ – two terms that are sometimes used to describe battery products.
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Commercial #solar system prices for January 2017 now live on our site
Average commercial solar system prices continue at about $1.25/W for the fourth month in a row, starting off the new year with no eventful news.
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Will the federal government's 'solar rebate' end next year? Short answer: No.
Judging by some of the advertisements we’ve come across recently, you might be forgiven for thinking that Australia’s federal rooftop solar incentives (under the Renewable Energy Target) were on their way out the door. In this article we’ve set the record straight.
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