A 6.6 kW solar system is Australia’s most sought-after PV module for residential and commercial installation. A system of this size is the best way to generate your own endless supply of electricity. 6.6 kW solar panels have the ability to meet all your power needs thus bringing your power bill come down to zero.
Solar energy gives you the power to control how much you use electricity that you generate and when you use it. With lots of visitors who need long, hot showers, you no longer need to worry about the rising cost of power. In addition, you can also turn on the AC anytime you want to get rid of the scorching heat of the sun during summer.
A 6.6 kW solar panel system is the most cost-effective PV module to meet the rising demands of busy Australian households.
Thanks to the availability of central and state government rebates which brings down the cost of panels, there never has been a better time to install solar power system.
In simple words, it means you can easily enjoy a quick return on investment and save your money since Australia:
- Enjoys abundant and generous amounts of sunshine.
- Has so many solar tariffs and incentives.
Installing a solar power system involves a lot of confusion and research. With a team of experienced professionals, Think and Grow makes sure to make your installation process a smooth and easy ride for you!
The average cost of a 6.6 kW solar system
A high-quality 6.6 kW solar panel system will cost somewhere around the range of $5,000-$7,000.
You can easily buy panels and inverters at a much lower price than the one mentioned above, but will probably have to spend alot on additional repairs since they have a short lifespan. Our expert consultants will help you select the best solar panel for your roof, the one that will be worth the investment and the hassle that comes with this decision.
Some factors that play a part in the design of the panel, as well as its final cost, include:
- Amount of sunshine your roof receives.
- The angle of the roof that may need additional mounting.
- Amount of shade and energy requirement.
Do you need a battery backup with 6.6 kW solar panels?
For a solar PV module of this size, a battery system will cost you somewhere between $1,300 to $2,000 per kWh. This means for a battery backup, you need to invest approximately $7,000 to $10,000.
But are they worth the investment?
A short and simple answer will be yes! The sun is the only source of energy for a standard solar power system. When you pair it with a battery backup system, you can easily use the stored power instead of spending money on peak-hour rates at night. It will also supply you with power if ever you experience a power outage.
Output per day of a 6.6kW solar PV module
Large Australian homes need 24-kilowatt hours of electricity every day to meet all their power requirement and a system of this size is enough to fulfill this need.
Several factors can affect the total power produced by a system, including:
- Peak hours of sunlight.
- Amount of shade received.
- The arrangement of the panels.
Every day, most Australian roofs receive at least five hours of peak sunlight. Thus, over the course of the year, a system of this size that has north-facing panels should generate approximately 20kWh and 27kWh of power every day.
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