Demand For Solar Panel Continues To Rise
Amit Narang works with NSW Health as an IT expert and he said that the main reason why they decided to install solar panel is because it is obvious that the electric bill will only go higher from here on and he is also concerned about the amount of carbon emissions they are contributing to the environment. He knows that the solar panel and roof supplies in Sydney that he bought for the project will be able to pay itself in between four and five years.
The solar panel he had installed on the roof has a capacity of 6.5 kilowatts. He reiterated that through this decision he will be able to take part in saving the environment. He had already calculated the yearly electric bill that his family is paying and with the help of the solar panel they would be able to save a thousand dollars from their usual $1400.
After revealing about this fact, two of his co-workers got interested into investing into their own photovoltaic system. It is the only sensible decision knowing that the power prices are expected to be twice as much in ten years time with no retreat in sight. There is also the fact that the prices of the solar panel is starting to decline.
The National Energy Guarantee by the federal government did not push through which puts a huge uncertainty with the federal energy policy. This resulted to consumers getting more decided about taking full control when it comes to their electricity.
In the previous month, there is an increase in the number of solar installations around NSW and Victoria which causes them to breeze past Queensland. In total, these three cities now have a capacity of 35 megawatts. All over the country for the month of October, there was an additional 158 megawatts of solar power, whichis higher compared to any other months before it.
There is no questioning that 2018 might be breaking records when it comes to solar power installations. Another reason why people are not investing in roof supplies in Sydney but rather on solar panels is because of the pre-election pledge that was made by the government of Victoria to shoulder the upfront costs.