[VIC] 6.6kw MONO PERC Solar Panels + 5kw Inverter Installed: $1850 after Rebates ($0 Upfront) @ Solar Link Australia

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Hello, Ozbargains community!

We have another exclusive and compelling Autumn deal 🍂🍂 for $0 upfront cost for STC Zones 3 & 4 in Victoria! Enquire now and you might have a fully functioning Solar PV System before we head into Winter!

Considering the current economic situation, the sunny weather, and the federal and state incentives and rebates in Victoria this deal will fast track you to an affordable solar system with performance and quality whilst reducing the increasing cost of electricity bills, especially for those who work from home.

6.6kW Solar PV System fully installed for $0 upfront after STC Rebate, SolarVic Rebate ($1,850), and SolarVic Interest-Free Loan ($1,850).
Total cost for Solar PV System without Solar Vic Rebate & Loan is: $3,700 (including STC Rebate, GST included).

All you will have to pay after the Solar Victoria Rebate and Interest-Free loan is just $38.55/month x 48months ($1850 interest-free loan from SolarVIC repayment over 4 years)

What does this exclusive deal include?

18 x Tier 1 Mono PERC Risen BLACK FRAME 370W Panels (15-year Product Warranty and 25-year Performance Warranty).
*Australia's largest Solar Farm (132 MW) in WA was installed using Risen Panels late last year : https://www.merredinsolar.com.au/ & https://youtu.be/d_uQltQcjUA *

1 x 5kW Solis Inverter. Equipped with a 10-year warranty for peace of mind!

5-year Workmanship Warranty

Professional and Knowledgeable CEC-accredited retailer with 10 years of industry experience

Risen BLACK FRAME 370W MONO PERC Panel Datasheet: https://bit.ly/3rhE0Co
Solis 5kW Inverter Datasheet: https://bit.ly/3reTEOH

To get this special exclusive deal you will have to email your full name, address and contact number for the proposal directly to
[email protected]

If you have an old switchboard with a ceramic fuse please mention it in the email.

Note: Deal is quoted for single-phase properties (+$400 for Workcover mandated Edge Protection). Additional charges may apply, these include: Concrete & Terracotta tile roofs +$200, 2-Storey +$200, 3-Phase +$550

SolarVIC Rebate requirement:

Your property value must be less than 3 million
Total taxable income for everyone named on council rate for either of the last 2 year must be less than $180k
Rental Property
SolarVIC now has a new interest free loan stream for rental property so if you are a tenant and want to get solar installed you can negotiate with the landlord and can also offer to contribute up to 50% of monthly repayment for interest free loan from SolarVIC.

This also helps landlords who do not meet the income requirement for the rebate if they want to install a solar system for their investment property since the income requirement will be assessed against the tenant.
https://www.solar.vic.gov.au/solar-rental-properties

*Referral Scheme
We also have a tantalising referral bonus if you refer a family or friend! What's better, we will provide a $100.00 bonus to both you and a family/ friend if both of you place an order with us!

For those interested in non-VIC zone 3 areas (i.e., QLD, NSW, SA, WA, and ACT, we are also happy to offer a free and competitive quote.

Kindly submit your queries to [email protected] with your full name, address and contact number.

Thank you for your interest!

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Comments

  • That's insane price

    • Given a quality install will be about $1k/kW before rebates and so on, yeah. "Where are the savings being made" is a sensible question for people to be asking themselves (and it's often in the install process). Solar is a long-term investment and shouldn't be treated in the usual "if it's cheaper it's better, no questions asked!" usual OzBargain way.

      • Right, installation is not included n the price:)

        • 6.6kW Solar PV System fully installed for $0 upfront after STC Rebate, SolarVic Rebate ($1,850), and SolarVic Interest-Free Loan ($1,850).

  • this doesn't come with batteries, what happens to the excess electricity?

    • Usually you oversize so you can get to peak production earlier and hold it for longer.

    • you basically feed all the excess back in to the grid. Grid pays you - about a third of what you pay when you import.

    • There is no excess electricity, if there's no demand (self-consumption, export to grid (which is not always possible, or is often limited)), there's no production.

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      Hello Willyslicks,

      Thank you for your interest!

      The system we offer is a grid-connected system that allows excess electricity to be exported to the grid for a feed-in tariff (the rate is usually dependant on your electricity retailer). If you are interested in our battery packages, you can email us at [email protected] for a quick and hassle-free quote!

      Regards,
      Ryan

      • Thank you for posting. I'm considering solar but your company seem to be having a lot of negative reviews on different websites regarding very bad after installation service. Definitely not a good reputation to have for a company. For me after sale/installation service is very important so I guess I'll have to keep looking.

  • Solar vic rebate is income restricted to 180k household income so many wont be eligible for the rebate.

    • Those households can afford to pay for it

      • It's actually illogical since it's not a welfare policy but an environmental one. End result is just less solar uptake as its not really worth it without the rebate.

  • What happens if you're over 180k? Do you lose the STC rebate?

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      Hello Lostix,

      The Solar Victoria rebate offered here is at the state level and the 180K limit applies to this.

      The STC rebate on the other hand is at the federal level and your ability to benefit from this is not dependant on the state rebate requirements.

      Kind regards,
      Ryan
      Solar Link Australia