Monthly Archives February 2016

Enphase M215 vs M250

This post is now out of date. Please click here to discover the benefits of a solar system powered by the latest technology from Enphase. As the largest installer of Enphase systems in NSW, our technical team has a lot of good data, and this data backs up the research done by Enphase. There is really detailed information about this to back up the following claim, but here is a quick summary. What is the right size Micro-Inverter? Module Power Range: Up to 275W Over 275W Microinverter Selection:  M215  M250     The M215 will handle a panel up to
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The Panel That Is Leaving All Others In The Dark

Technology in the solar power industry has improved substantially over the last few years, with both Enphase and LG Solar leading the way with exciting new developments. As pricing continues to fall, more and more of our customers are choosing quality products to ensure long-term performance, reliability and local support. A top of the range system with LG Solar panels may take an extra year or two to pay for itself, however, the long-term benefits are significant. The LG NeON R 365W Module Product Information LG has introduced the award-winning 330W NeON 2 solar panel with Cello technology, which maximises
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Why we don’t use 72 Cell Solar Panels for residential solar systems

We are increasingly being asked to supply and install 72 cell solar panels for residential customers. Firstly, a quick summary of the differences between a 60 cell and a 72 cell panel. The difference is as simple as it sounds – a 72 cell panel has an extra 12 cells which mean the output is increased – usually from the standard 270W per panel up to around 310W or 315W, without any increase of efficiency. The increase in output per panel is simply achieved by making the panel bigger, not more efficient (in fact they are usually marginally less efficient).
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Prepare for Solar Storage with a Battery Ready Solar System

The next big wave in the solar power industry has begun, with Solaray now installing solar battery storage solutions from a number of leading brands. There are already 1.5 million solar systems installed across Australia, and battery storage is expected to make solar power an attractive investment for millions more Australian households that have low daytime power consumption due to work and school commitments. Australia has been identified as one of the best countries in the world for households to have solar storage due to the high cost of electricity and low feed-in tariffs for the solar power that is
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