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Australia is navigating the path to a clean energy future. More than 100 organisations recently urged the Federal Government and State Governments to invest in a renewable future to help turn the nation into a leading national exporter of clean energy by 2030.

Regardless of whether the demands are met, fortunately, many private businesses are forging the way by investing in solar.

These changes offer real benefits to businesses, but like any major transformation, switching to renewable energy will take time. Still, the benefits are truly worth it on a local, state, national, and even global level.

Australia generates 12 percent of its total electricity from solar, the highest proportion of any major country in the world. However, solar panels can pose risks if not managed appropriately.

Solar panels should also be regularly serviced to reduce any associated risks. Our Solar Health Check will be completed by one of our in-house Clean Energy Council (CEC) Accredited technicians with a final comprehensive report. The report will include:

  • Photos.
  • Any identified issues.
  • A quote to rectify.
  • Any recommendations we believe will improve your system’s performance.

It’s essential to ensure panels are adequately secured to prevent them from becoming loose, damaged, or blown away in high winds. Our panels have been designed and tested to withstand anticipated cyclones and other severe weather events in Far North Queensland.

We can add monitoring to your system that will allow you to see your systems production and your homes/businesses’ electrical consumption and alert you if there is a problem.

The benefits are clear, and businesses are vital to this transition, but they must ensure their solar panels are installed and maintained. This is where we work closely with companies to help them do their part to move towards a net-zero future.

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