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DC OPTIMISERS VS MICROINVERTERS

Tru Blu Solar Co create professional solar quotes for residents of the Central Coast, Newcastle and Sydney on a daily basis. A recent conversation that one of our sales representatives has had with a client was about what is better; DC optimisers or micro inverters. In this article we will analyse the return on investment for a 10kW Solar System with each technology. We will keep all other components exactly the same to enable a fair comparison. Adding to this, the prices quoted are only guides and make sense for the date that this article has been written. Also, the percentage profit for each stated system is equal to enable fair comparison.

Tru Blu Solar Co typically will install SolarEdge Optimisers or Epnhase Micro Inverters on the roofs that we work on throughout the Central Coast, Newcastle and Sydney. Our opinion on what is better goes to SolarEdge Optimisers and the reasons why are explained further. Click here to read on.

Monday, 18th of march 2019

Which will give you better value for money?

Which will give you better value for money?


What will the 2019 NSW State Government Election mean for you?

What will the 2019 NSW State Government Election mean for you?

Fast-Approaching State Election promising additional solar financial incentives

The NSW State Election will be held on the 23rd of March, less than two weeks from now. Gladys Berejiklian (Liberal Party) the Premier of NSW announced that if re-elected the Government will introduce ‘The Empowering Homes’ program that constitutes an interest free loan for eligible solar+battery system buyers. The opposition leader Michael Daley announced that if Labor was to be elected he would implement a NSW State Government Rebate that would discount, for eligible customers, up to $2,200 from the cost of solar panels. Both policies are in addition to the pre-existing Renewable Energy Target which already provides home-owners with an upfront discount of approximately $620/kW. Additionally, it is known that to be eligible for either incentive your total household income must be less than $180,000 per year. In this post, you can find more details on each of the proposed solutions and you can also read our opinion on what policy better suits consumers. Click here to read on.

mondAY, 11TH OF MARCH 2019