Tesla Electrical are committed to helping you understand Solar Power.

Is now a good time to Install Solar?

The cost of solar product has quartered in the last 4-5 years and rebates are currently at their highest value. When batteries are released in the upcoming months solar rebates will drop.

There has been no better time to Install solar and have your system automatically set up for batteries when required.

What is the payback time for a Solar installation?

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Payback times are approximately 3 years for residential properties in Victoria. These payback periods are less in areas where there is more sun which also means greater rebates.

Paybacks are also greater for daytime business practices, particularly small business with the announcement of the 100% government tax incentives for the next 6 months until 30th June 2017.

What are the environmental advantages of Installing Solar?

The sun provides a tremendous resource for generating clean and sustainable electricity without toxic pollution or global warming emissions

Producing electricity with solar power doesn’t create any pollution, any greenhouse gases, and doesn’t use any fossil fuel resources.

We can move away from the use of fossil fuels like oil and gas – the future is in our hands.

Think smart – think solar.

How do I know what type of panels or Inverters to use?

We only use the highest in quality and safety in Inverters and Panels. We trust in Fronius Inverters who are a listed company and who’s efficiency, warranties and service are far greater than other systems.

We also source Tier 1 solar panels with good financial records and long warranties behind them.

Are prices going to come down any more?

Prices have come down dramatically in the last 4-5 years and rebates are at their highest price. The cost of solar is likely to Increase when the rebates drop due to an uptake on batteries.

How do I know what size system I will need?

Tesla Electrical will assist you in what size solar system you need. This can vary depending on your daily electricity habits. Catering for batteries will also affect the size of your system.