Identify How Much You Could Save on Electricity
WA is capable of producing the highest levels of solar electricity energy in Australia. This is great news for West Australians looking to save on energy costs while helping the environment.
Size Does Matter
The amount of solar electricity generated by your system depends on its size. The average Aussie household consumes approximately 18 kilowatt hours per day. Common household solar systems can output between 6 to 22 kilowatts a day. See table below for average daily output for different sized systems.
Hire a Professional To Do It Right
The time of year, shading, angle and other vital factors impact your system’s daily output dramatically. Always use a qualified installer to inspect your home or business before installation. So your solar electricity system is installed for optimal output.
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Potential Annual Savings
|System Size||Daily Output||Potential Annual Savings*|
|1.5 kW||6.6 kW||$600|
|2.0 kW||8.8 kW||$800|
|2.5 kW||11 kW||$1,000|
|3.0 kW||13.2 kW||$1,200|
|3.5 kW||15.4 kW||$1,400|
|4.0 kW||17.6 kW||$1,600|
|5.0 kW||22 kW||$2,000|
|10.0 kW||44 kW||$4,000|
|30.0 kW||132 kW||$12,000|
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Data Source: PV-GC spreadsheet based on the Clean Energy Council (CEC) GC Design Guidelines.
The rated output is achieved in perfect laboratory conditions. The CEC design summary software takes these deratings into account when predicting averages for any given system.
* Saving based on home usage of all solar energy generated at current electricity prices ($0.25 per kW).