Commercial Solar Systems
Commercial Benefits Of Installing Solar
Commercial solar installations present a strong business case by reducing operating costs. Utilising renewable energy also demonstrates to your community that you are environmentally responsible.
Eco Choice Solar is committed to providing commercial, government and educational organisations with the highest quality products, service and support.
Ask us about the government subsidies available for commercial solar systems.
FINANCE: We now offer attractive finance options for commercial installations. Start saving on electricity costs and maintain a positive cashflow.
Commercial Solar Systems
Whilst we can install your choice of solar panels and inverters, we do choose to use the superior combination of Jinko panels with Fronius inverters.
Jinko Solar Panels
Jinko has a series of solar panels designed for both residential and commercial solar power systems. We typically install the following model:
Model: Cheetah 330watt
- Cell Type: Monocrystalline Solar Panels
- Output Range: 330 Watt
- Maximum EfficiencyThe higher the efficiency, the more solar power it will produce per square metre.: 19.78%
- Warranty: 10 Year Product Warranty and 25 Year Linear Power Warranty.
Australian HQ: Parramatta, NSW
Cheetah 330watt Panels Data Sheet
Fronius Symo Inverter
Boasting power categories ranging from 3.0 to 20.0 kW, the transformerless Fronius Symo is the three-phase inverter for systems of every size. Owing to the SuperFlex Design, the Fronius Symo is the perfect answer to irregularly shaped or multi-oriented roofs.
The standard interface to the internet via WLAN or Ethernet and the ease of integration of third-party components make the Fronius Symo one of the most communicative inverters on the market.
Offset Your Solar Power System For More Savings
Further reduce your energy consumption by investing in energy-efficient heating, cooling and lighting. Ask us about Government rebates for commercial.
Is now the right time to install solar for my business?
In recent years the cost of panels, inverters and even batteries has come down dramatically. Accompanying these price decreases has been an equally significant price increase in electricity. So there is a strong business case now to be installing solar for your business. But just like residential, this can depend on your energy consumption. For example, if you’re a nightclub installing solar, then you will most certainly have to cost in a solar battery, and this will influence whether now is the right time. If your business is primarily operating during daylight hours, then you will not require a battery and now will likely be a great time.
Are there considerations I should be aware of when installing commercial solar?
The website solarquotes.com.au has a valuable resource on commercial solar, and they highlight three breakpoints – Less than 30kw, 30-100kw, and over 100kw.
The systems under 30kw come under the same guidelines as a residential system. The 30kw-100kw system size requires special systems to protect the grid and will need permission. When you go over 100kw, the rebates change from STCs to LGCs and are calculated differently, which should be a consideration.
In any instance, it is strongly recommended to contact an installer experienced with commercial solar systems.
What are LGCs?
Large-scale Generation Certificates (LGCs) are a form of currency, representing a one-megawatt hour of renewable energy. For more information visit the website of the Clean Energy Regulator.
Do I have to have my panels on the roof?
A lot of solar panels will be required to generate the energy required of a commercial solar system. If you don’t have the roof space or your roof cannot manage the weight, then you can have a ground installation.