Solar 2020: Solar Energy

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Residential Solar Energy Solutions

The team of qualified electricians at Solar 2020 have installed many varied residential solar energy solutions. Ranging from entry level 1.5kW Solar Energy Systems through to 5kW Solar Energy Systems that help power heated swimming pools, hot water systems and other household electrics.

5 Reasons You Should Choose Solar 2020 For Your Next Solar Install

  1. Clean Energy Council Accredited – We are accredited with the Australian Clean Energy Council. The accreditation is provided to those who demonstrate competence in design and/or installation of solar power systems.
  2. Electrical Contractors – the team at Solar 2020 have many years experience as electrical contractors. This means we understand the processes and safety requirements needed in setting up electricity storage and generation systems safely in your home or business.
  3. Focus on Quality – we only recommend and use the best available products from the world’s leading solar technology manufacturers including Bosch, Conergy, SMA, Suntech and others.
  4. Solutions not Sales – we are focused on recommending the best solution for your specific needs. We do not sell you things that you do not need, each system is suited to your electricity usage and home design.
  5. Professionalism – each solar installation we carry out is carried out to set procedures ensuring quality of work, safety and timely completion of work to set deadlines.

ET Solar Panels

ET Solar is one of the world’s top tier solar PV manufacturers with headquarters in China, but operations globally. Their products have a focus on stringent manufacturing practices that ensure all products are developed to ISO specifications with a heavy focus on research, development and design.

What Our Clients Say

I'm very happy with the installation of my home solar energy system, the finished product looks great. They also took care of all the government paperwork too which was a great bonus.
Michael Pal, Mt Lawley
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