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Albury Wodonga Solar Power Company Talks Incentives from Australian Government


NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia November 2013 – Businesses and households alike are now seriously exploring the use of solar power, solar stand alone power systems, solar hybrid power systems, and other technologies that use solar power to reduce electricity consumption and slash bills. After William Grylls and Richard Day discovered photovoltaic energy in 1876 it took decades for the first solar cells to be made available commercially in 1956, and in 2013 there are now more than 1 million rooftops in Australia with solar power.

This uptake of the solar technology has been encouraged by climate change, the rising costs of electricity, and various governments continuously looking for ways to make acquiring solar power more cost-effective for consumers through rebates and incentives. One Albury Wodonga solar power company believes it is a combination of factors which contribute to people from North East Victoria and Southern New South Wales enquiring about solar power.

Bobbi McKibbin, Director of Anything Solar Wodonga, an Australian owned and operated company, understands that considering solar power can seem overwhelming with all of the different types of panels and options available - whether it’s connected to the grid or not, as well as what government incentives are available – the options can be confusing for consumers.

She says, “One of the things that sets us apart from other solar power companies is our product range and our ability to offer a number of solutions to businesses and homes without making it complicated for our customers. We are able to make the most complicated technology and government incentives seem easier because we genuinely want to support our customers to make the decision that’s right for them – not for us.”

Anything Solar Wodonga says that after installing grid connected solar power systems in Albury Wodonga, some of their clients will never have to pay electricity bills again. On top of that, federal and state governments offer solar incentives. People who choose to install solar power systems are eligible for:
·         Small Technology Certificates (STCs) are the incentive offered for installing small renewable energy power generators for householders and small business owners. The certificates are tradable commodities, so their value fluctuates with the supply and demand.
·         Feed-in Tariffs are where the small business’ or consumer’s power company rewards them financially for any excess power they generate but do not consume
This Albury Wodonga solar power company can supply and install solar power, as well as help customers with paperwork to obtain the maximum rebate possible, and offer a maintenance program to ensure that the solar power system is checked every year.

Anything Solar Wodonga clients are very satisfied with their Albury Wodonga grid connected solar power systems. Gordon of Walwa Victoria says, “When the Federal Government announced its subsidy to encourage us to take up solar units, I sought quotes from two local operators. One advertised a complete grid feed installation for $1700 plus the subsidy.  This crowd inspected my site and later mailed me a quote requiring my input of over $3000. The second advertiser did not even call to inspect ‘next week’ as promised. I tried a third who inspected and left two vague and different quotes on my table when they left. 

“The Anything Solar team called and offered to install ...  Delighted, I went ahead.  On time, the panels were installed, wired up and operating in just 3 hours. I cannot recommend Anything Solar highly enough, and I welcome any enquiries about my system.”

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