What are these system kW numbers?
Solar systems are measured by how many Watts (W) and/or
Kilowatts (kW) of electricity they produce. The solar panels
on a 2.28kW solar system produces 2280 Watts of energy
(or 2.28kW). Don’t be too concerned by the jargon... our
solar specialists can walk you through the 3 easy steps
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Calculation above is an estimate based on data provided by the Clean Energy Council which assumes 50% of electricity produced is used and the remainder fed back into the grid. For a guide to Solar PV from the Clean Energy Council please view: http://www.cleanenergycouncil.org.au/cec/resourcecentre/Consumer-Info/solarPV-guide ** Reduction in greenhouse gas emmissions is estimated based on amount of electricity not needing to be supplied by the grid. Amounts are calculated on a state-by-state basis using information from the National Greenhouse Accounts (NGA) Factors - table 40, July 2010: http://www.climatechange.gov.au/publications/greenhouse-acctg/national-greenhouse-factors.aspx NB: All information contained in the above is for illustrative purposes only and your actual savings may differ. Please contact one of our trained solar specialists to discuss your specific circumstances now.