WHY INVEST

IN SOLAR

 WHY CHOOSE SOLAR

Electricity prices have increased over the last few years, resulting in increased operational expenses for businesses. On the other hand, the cost of solar photo-voltaic (PV) systems has declined, making solar an increasingly affordable option for businesses. With over 1.5 million installations already implemented it's easy to see why PV solar is the first choice in reducing energy costs. By installing a PV system, you will be able to offset your electricity consumption and hedge against future price rises.

PERSONALIZED SOLAR

We differ from some other companies that will try and sell you the biggest system they can get away with. At The Future Energy Company we look at the data to provide you with a personalized system that will be suited to your businesses unique power needs.

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HOW MUCH POWER DOES IT GENERATE?

AVERAGE DAILY PRODUCTION

Title
10 kW
50 kW
100 kW
150 kW
PERTH
44 kWh
220 kWh
440 kWh
660 kWh
SYDNEY
39 kWh
195 kWh
390 kWh
585 kWh
MELBOURNE
36 kWh
180 kWh
360 kWh
540 kWh
HOBART
35 kWh
175 kWh
350 kWh
525 kWh
DARWIN
44 kWh
220 kWh
440 kWh
660 kWh
CANBERRA
43 kWh
215 kWh
430 kWh
645 kWh
CAIRNS
42 kWh
210 kWh
420 kWh
630 kWh
BRISBANE
42 kWh
210 kWh
420 kWh
630 kWh
ALICE SPRINGS
50 kWh
250 kWh
500 kWh
750 kWh
ADELAIDE
42 kWh
210 kWh
420 kWh
630 kWh


Source: Clean Energy Council database

The output of a solar PV system depends on its efficiency, size and location. Commercial systems can range anywhere from 5 to 10 kilowatts (kW) up to a few megawatts (MW). This table shows the average daily production of some common grid-connected system sizes throughout Australia. The rated output is that achieved in perfect laboratory conditions. The CEC design summary software takes these de-ratings into account when predicting averages for any given system. Panels generate more electricity in summer than in winter and the table reflects the average daily electricity generated over a year.