What are Hybrid and Battery Inverters?

18 January 2017

What are Hybrid and Battery Inverters?

In order to purchase a solar battery storage system for your home, or add a battery to your existing solar system, you’ll need a hybrid inverter. You also have the option to install a separate battery inverter alongside your string inverter, like SMA Sunny Boy Storage, which combined perform the same functions as a hybrid […]

11 January 2017
Solar Export Grid

How Does Solar Power Feed Back Into The Grid?

  If you’re considering investing in a solar PV system for your home, you may be wondering how it’s possible for your system to feedback unused solar electricity into the grid. To begin, we’ll first look at how a solar PV system works.   How A Solar PV System Works Solar PV Systems work by […]

12 December 2016
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What Does Module Efficiency Mean?

The Module Efficiency rating on your solar panel’s spec sheet measures the percentage of sunlight that hits your panel that is converted into usable electricity. The higher the efficiency rating, the less number of panels you’ll need to make up a system that meets your energy requirements.   Why is Module Efficiency Not 100%? Solar […]

8 December 2016
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WCE Captain Shannon Hurn Invests in a Solar PV System from Infinite Energy

West Coast Eagles Captain, Shannon Hurn, has invested in a Solar PV System from Infinite Energy. Shannon cites lowering his energy bills and carbon footprint as main motivators behind investing in his brand new 5.2kW SunPower system, “With such great weather in Perth it seems silly not to install a system and take advantage of […]

6 December 2016
Difference between Max Power at STC and NOCT

The Difference Between Max Power at STC and Max Power at NOCT

We’re often asked the difference between Max Power at STC and Max Power at NOCT, which are figures you will find quoted on a solar panel’s spec sheet. This blog will define both Max Powers, the difference between the two, and why they’re important pieces of data you should consider when deciding on your solar […]

2 December 2016
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Why Summer is a Great Time to Install Solar

Summer is finally here which means there’s never been a better time to install your new solar PV system. To find out why summer is the ideal time to invest in solar, read on.   Summer is Peak Generation Season There’s no denying the stats – summer is the best season in terms of solar […]

30 November 2016
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RAC Electric Highway in Western Australia

  About the RAC Electric Highway RAC has created Australia’s very first Electric Highway, giving WA driver’s the ability to travel the state in the safest and most sustainable way possible. The Electric Highway makes up part of RAC’s sustainable mobility program, with the aim of helping to reduce CO2 emissions from cars in both […]

25 November 2016

Where Should I Install My Solar Panels?

If you’re considering solar for your home, you’re probably wondering where on your roof you should install your solar panels. As the sun rises in the east and sets in the west, the sun is at its strongest when it sits north in the sky at midday. Therefore, solar power systems can be installed on […]

18 November 2016
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Power Tolerance of Solar Panels Explained

  Your Solar Panel’s Spec Sheet From Tier 1 panels to high-efficiency modules, it can be confusing figuring out what really makes a solar panel high quality. Thankfully, an easy way to get around the marketing fluff is to simply take a look at a panel’s spec sheet. While it may seem intimidating at first, […]

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