Solar Panels That Meet Your Expectations!

Your Green Planet works with top-notch manufacturers in the solar industry to bring you high-efficiency solar panels. We have a wide range of products, so if you have been looking for high-quality and durable commercial solar panels or want energy-efficient residential solar panels, our experts will help you find the right device for you!

Our Range of Solar Products

Canadian CS6K-270 | 275M

high-efficiency solar panels are made to withstand harsh weather conditions (heavy snow loads of 5400 Pa and wind loads up to 2400 Pa). If you are looking for solar panels for homes or for small businesses, Canadian CS6K-270 | 275M is a great choice!

Jinko Solar Panels

A known name in Australia for its superior grade products and exclusiveness to meet ever energy requirements, their solar panels are rigid against harsh weather conditions and ensure that you are getting continuous and interrupted power supply.

Additionally, Jinko Solar has won many awards for being a top performer.

REC Panels

This Norwegian brand blends technology and sustainability for a brighter home/business and cost savings. REC focuses on evolving its solar panels making sure you are using only high-quality products that come with a guarantee of higher efficiency.

Trina Allmax Solar Panels ALLMAX

ALLMAX – Our most versatile product

Smaller space issues? Wondering how to manage to get the best solar panel possible? Worry no more! Trina Allmax Solar Panels ALLMAX is a revolutionary device that fits into small spaces and can meet any residential or small business' energy needs!

LG Neon 2

Known for their dedication to research and development, LG solar panels are the best in class and ensure energy efficiency throughout their operation.

LG has its own range of subsidiaries that focus on developing high-quality panels.

Q Cells Solar Panel

A South Korean brand that brings the widest and affordable range of commercial and residential solar panels to you.

Their range of devices is made to withstand higher energy consumption patterns with ease. Been looking for solar panels for your home? Q Cells panels end the search.

Astronergy

This brand is a tier-I manufacturer of monocrystalline and polycrystalline PV modules. Known for increasing its electricity production capacity to thousands of megawatts, Astronergy is a name you can absolutely trust!

Frequently Asked

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How much money I can save?

Solar Power systems definitely save you money. The real question is, how much exactly? Well, that figure is based on a number of factors mentioned below.

  • Your average energy consumption
  • Usage patterns
  • Your feed-in tariff rate
  • The size of the solar power system you install
  • Where you live
How good is solar for the environment?

Solar energy creates clean, renewable power from the sun and benefits the environment. Alternatives to fossil fuels reduce carbon footprint at home and abroad, reducing greenhouse gases around the globe. Solar is known to have a favourable impact on the environment.

Most of the electricity generated these days comes from fossil fuels like coal and natural gas. Extracting and using fossil fuels is expensive and harmful to the environment. By contrast, solar energy is free and readily abundant – if we could capture all of the sun’s energy shining on the Earth for just one hour, we could power the entire world for one year!

By investing in solar energy, you can help reduce our reliance on fossil fuels in favour of one of the most abundant, consistent sources of energy we have available: our sun.

The table below demonstrates what a 3kW system will save on average per annum. The two values indicate the average savings based on 5% and 25% export of electricity.

Annual FIT & offset value based on 3kw System
LocationBased on 5% of electricity being fed into the gridBased on 25% of electricity being fed into the grid
Victoria$866$750
South Australia$1226$1162
Queensland$1146$1060
Western Australia$1128$1030
New South Wales$1126$934
ACT$950$788
Tasmania$866$750
Northern Territory$1046$1046

Estimations on annual FIT & Offset values are provided from the Clean Energy Council of Australia.

How do I maintain my system?

Maintenance is the key to sustaining a strong, properly functioning, efficient, and effective structure.

With the purchase of solar panels, consumers are in luck. Fortunately, solar panels require pretty low maintenance. Unlike generators which are composed of moving components which require repair or replacement, solar panels do not have moving parts that can rust or breakdown.

So, what exactly do I need to do?

Cleaning is an important key aspect of solar panel maintenance. The dustier your area, the more frequent inspection is recommended. This ensures that dirt, grime, bird droppings and debris do not block the sun from efficient absorption by the panels.

There are a few ways you can clean your panels. The first (and easiest) way is to rinse of dust with a standard garden hose. If the panels seem to need a little more cleaning than the hose offers, a soft, spongy squeegee on a long pole (like the ones used to wash tall windows) can be used, along with some soapy water. Then use the hose to rinse off any excess suds.

If the panels are too high to reach without climbing up a ladder, it may be best to leave the cleaning for the professionals. Local solar panel cleaners are in abundance and a quick search online can yield a whole list of companies to choose from.

We generally don’t like rainy days since cloudy days mean less power production, but consider it a blessing if there’s a few days of it. Free cleaning? I’ll take it!

As owners, the goal is always to get the best bang for your buck, so make sure your panels are performing at maximum capacity and save energy whenever possible.

How long will it take to pay off?

Payback times will differ with each household and you should investigate with your own inputs or speak with your solar consultant.

Payback times will vary depending upon:

  • available sunlight hours – this influences productivity of the system and the amount of rebates
  • electricity prices combined with FiTs
  • the cost and quality of the system
  • how much solar power is self-consumed (the more the better) except in Northern Territory (NT), as NT Provided 1:1 FITs, so it does not really matter if you are self-consuming or exporting back to the grid.
  • positioning of the panels and issues with the site. 
How many solar panels do I need?

To size your solar panel system we need to work out how much electricity you use and when you use it.

Contact us today and we will arrange a free site assessment by one of our solar consultants who will be more than happy to come and discuss face to face.