Most frequently asked questions and answers
Feed In Tariff is the name for the amount of money an energy provider will buy power back off a customer for when they feed back into the grid. This is generally surplus power generated from a Solar System.
Small-scale technology certificates. These are certificates issued by the Government when someone installs a new solar system. They have an associated financial value that can be claimed.
PV stands for Photovoltaics. It is the conversion of light into electricity and the science behind what makes solar work.
A solar inverter takes high voltage DC power that is created by solar panels and converts it into lower voltage AC power that can be used in your home.
Solar saves you money by generating energy from the sun which in turn can be used by you in your home. Any additional energy can be sold back into the grid and you will receive a feed in tariff for every kW you produce.