Sustainable Construction Services specialises in commercial solar panels in Melbourne / Victoria
Sustainable Construction Services is a company that specializes in the installation and supply of residential and commercial solar panels Melbourne. Why choose us for solar panels in Melbourne? We are committed to helping our clients overcome the main obstacles encountered when going solar.
Our strengths are simple:
– 12 year staff experience in the solar industry –
– Australian and locally owned company with German engineering expertise –
– Reliability and quality by CEC approved components and CEC accredited designers & installers –
– Focus on customer service, accompanying you through the whole process –
Now is a great time to go solar, with a solar rebate put in place and a feed-in-tariff in Victoria. With those in place you will probably not get a solar system as cheap as today in the future.
Want to find out more? Feel free to contact us. Find out more about solar and how you can take advantage of our solar panels Melbourne concept.
For your home we have a range of residential solar system products. This size range extends from 1-5kW. All of our residential products are composed of parts from tier-1 brands. Therefore you won’t need to worry about the quality of our components for solar panels Melbourne.
Have a look at the quality of commercial products and services we have on offer for your company. Qualify for our solar sponsoring and your company can receive a solar system for free!
Get an idea of how much money you can save with a solar system. SSS provides you with a rough breakdown of the economy behind solar power. Play around with our solar calculator to get an idea of how your house or business could save up and how solar panels can benefit.
Get an idea of how solar power operates. Learn the impact solar panels can make on the surroundings. How would a solar system operate with the use of solar panels and inverters?
We are proud members of the Clean Energy Council and a member of the Australian Solar Council, supporting solar energy uptake in Australia!
“We are happy to recommend Sustainable Construction services, on top of designing our system to our needs, they gave us loads of assistance finding solutions to roof access, a cost effective maintenance schedule, and a good rate on our finance package. We will soon be building a second new factory building on our property and we have no hesitation asking Sustainable Construction Services for input on a bigger solar system that suits our energy demands. 5 stars.”
Andy / Commercial Solar Panels 33kW System in Melbourne, Victoria
If you are looking to save a lot of money on your electricity consumption and wanting to make a positive impact on the environment, then you will definitely enjoy the benefits solar power can bring to you! These benefits range from financial to environmental benefits. You will also gain a good amount of reputation with neighbors or within your company! Want to know more?
One answer: Yes! If you have always wanted to become independent from your electrical grid, then you can achieve that by purchasing a solar system which is NOT electrically connected to the grid. Find out more off-grid systems here.
The two most important components within a solar system are the solar modules (panels) and the solar inverter. A switchboard is also involved, which distributes the solar power to various regions within the building. There is also a usage meter that will measure the amount of solar power being consumed. You can find out more about these components and how they work here.
Even if your solar system is connected to the grid, you can also choose to go for a battery storage option. This is known as a hybrid solar option as you can store energy you consume during the day and that energy can then be used during the evening.
A Tier-1 brand is known as one of the world’s top most manufacturer brands. Only 2% of the world’s solar panel manufacturers achieve a Tier-1 ranking. The panels we always offer are from Jinko, which is known as a Tier-1 manufacturer.
Deciding on an appropriate system size will depend on your electricity consumption requirements. Generally, a higher consumption will mean a higher system size and a lower consumption will mean a lower system size.