Solar Pricing Explained

Today, we're diving into Solar Pricing.

If you're considering making the switch to Solar, and you’ve done a bit of research so far, you've probably noticed that prices can be a bit overwhelming or a little convoluted or even confusing (especially if you’ve been shopping around).

That's why we're here with this blog looking to shed some light on how we approach costs and quotes and what you can expect from AusPac and other retailers across the board. Because there can sometimes be surprises.

We’re here to shed some light on the solar industry as a whole too and explain why you might see some discrepancies with different retailers.  

The best way we can summarise pricing in the solar industry: Is that there are many variables when it comes to pricing accurately.

Variables involved include the following:

  • Your energy usage and demands  
  • Your solar goals and objective [I.e. to remove your bills]
  • Your roof type  
  • Your house phase  
  • Your meter box condition  
  • The brands and products we recommend achieving your solar goals

Why We Need Your Electricity Bills and Goals

First off, you might wonder why we ask for your electricity bill and your solar goals from the get-go.  

Your electricity bill gives us a snapshot of your current energy usage, which helps us tailor a system to meet your needs.  

Your goals, whether you want to reduce your electricity costs, go green, or even become energy independent, also play a huge role in determining the best setup for you.

The World of Renewable Energy Products

The renewable energy market is vast and varied. We offer a range of products to suit different needs and preferences, different industries and different use-case scenarios.  

However, keep in mind that the prices listed can vary significantly. Each use-case is unique, so the prices you see should not be taken as an absolute quote.  

Here are some of the top-of-the-range products we offer:

Please note that this is just an example of Jinko Products. We have a wide range of products available to suit your needs.

This cost does not include cost of installation or freight costs which are all taken into account when providing a final quote.

Labour Fees and Additional Costs

Now, let's talk about labour fees. The cost of labour can vary depending on the job, but typically ranges from $2,000 to $10,000. For larger commercial projects, it might be even more.

Travel charges and current workload are factors that our installers consider when providing a quote.

At AusPac we only work with premium installers who are NETCC Accredited, so their prices are generally a bit higher. But remember, you're paying for top-notch quality and peace of mind. You pay for what you get.

These accredited installers ensure that your solar system is installed safely and correctly, which is crucial for the long-term efficiency and safety of your investment.

Read more here.

Premium Installer for Premium Quality

At AusPac Solar, we're all about working with the best in the business.  

Our team of installers are NETCC Accredited, so you can count on top-notch service

Because of their premium accreditation and the high standards, we uphold, our installers' prices may be higher than those of less qualified providers.

We believe the quality, safety, and reliability of your solar installations are worth the investment.

Switching to Solar is a significant decision, and we want to make the process as transparent and straightforward as possible.

While the prices we list are indicative and can vary based on numerous factors, we’re committed to providing you with a customised solution that meets your needs and budget.  

If you have any questions or would like to get a started with a quote, Book a Discovery Call with us here.