Australia is not called ‘The Sunburnt Country’ for nothing. Our year-round warm, sunny climate makes this an ideal place to invest in, and harness, the power of the sun.
The sun is a natural provider of heat and energy. Advances in technology have made it incredibly easy to generate and use solar power for your home or business. Solar power is proven and affordable, and it is good for the planet too, producing energy silently, responsibly, reliably, and sustainably.
When you install install solar technology, saving the environment and saving money can go hand-in-hand because solar panels help you generate some (or all) of the electricity you use. If your panels generate more electricity than you consume, Enova offers a premium feed in tariff for solar energy that’s exported by you and made available for others.
» Enova is Australia’s first community-owned energy retailer. When you become an Enova customer, you become part of a team that is dedicated to ensuring that solar power becomes more accessible and more affordable for everyone.
» At Enova we are committed to ‘thinking differently’ about the energy industry as a whole – from sourcing to distribution to usage.
» We’re local too, so when you support Enova, you can be sure your money is staying local – creating jobs and enabling the region to develop its own clean, sustainable energy resources.
There’s never been a better time to think about installing solar – it’s an investment in the future and it will help you reduce the amount of energy you purchase, as well as reduce your carbon footprint.
But there is no ‘one size fits all’ solution, and wading through the options can get complicated.
Determining the right solar system for you depends on a number of factors including:
- Your energy usage habits – what time of day you use the most energy?
- The size of your roof and it’s orientation to the sun.
- Do you have an existing system?
- How old is your existing system?
- What do you want to achieve by producing your own solar power?
- How much you can afford to invest in solar technology?