Let us change for the better this new year with a Green Resolution. Many people think about going solar but are waiting for the best time to take the step, maybe expecting prices to drop. But delaying the decision doesn’t necessarily mean you will be saving money…
There are many advantages of going solar but, here are 3 reasons why you should go solar in 2018 and wait no more:
1. Solar rebate is reducing
The government offers incentives for residential solar and commercial solar power installations. These incentives are available to all and significantly reduce the cost of installing solar. But as all good things come to an end, this incentive will reduce every year and will end completely by 2030. So more you wait, the more you will be paying for your installation.
2. Electricity prices are rising
The Australian Financial Review
You have certainly noticed the electricity prices rising at an alarming rate for the last few years and it doesn’t seem to be ending anytime soon. In July 2017, the 3 major electricity retailers announced increases of up to 20 per cent of their prices, causing an extra cost of $600 a year for the average customer. Not to mention that Australian households are already paying the highest electricity prices in the world: two to three times more than US citizens! (source: The Australian Financial Review)
Sticking with electricity bills is an expensive option! Use our solar saving calculator and find out how much you can save by switching to solar.
3. You have been thinking of switching to solar for years…
… and your solar power system would have paid for itself by now! It is true if you go and speak to the adopters of the technology they will say their investment has truly paid for itself. More you wait more you lose out on the opportunity to save. So wait no more and bring on the Green revolution in 2018!
Call Energis today on 1300 782 217, or send us an enquiry. All quotes and consultations are completely free of charge.
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