DNX Energy

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DNX Energy is a Solar Power Installation company based in Nedlands and serves WA. Here are their reviews as submitted by visitors to SolarQuotes
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Very good quality system.

DNX Energy was recommended to me by a friend who had used DNX several times. He told me that they are not the cheapest but they do a very good job. They only use premium quality equipment (panels and inverters) and the staff that I dealt with were very knowledgeable. My system has been in for a full year now and has worked perfectly. The system is in a remote location and is close to the coast. I wanted good quality equipment that would not cause any problems and would last in a harsh environment. I was happy to pay a bit of a premium to get this. I have been very happy with the system and the service from DNX.
Panel rating: 5/5
Inverter rating: 5/5
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Original Review on 09-09-2016:

It will be installed next week (its a new house under construction). Very high quality frame (Schletter) and very high quality panels (SolarWorld Sunmodule+ 290W Mono; by going for the extra-efficient panels we could one panel less, conserving roof space for the future); chose the Enphase 'ecosystem' because we like the idea of AC wiring despite the small losses in efficiency. The Enphase batteries are also attractive because they are modular. The software monitoring package is good too so we can measure our usage for a few months before deciding how many batteries to go for. Original ratings

Panel rating: 5/5
Inverter rating: 5/5

Value for money: 4/5
Quality of System: 5/5
Installation: N/A
Customer Service: 5/5

8 months later we asked Graeme: "Are you happy with the performance of your system so far?"

There seems to be some fuzzy login in the control system so it has modified the storage/export/import balance over the months. The batteries are now usually empty by about 4-6 am. then full recharged by about 1 pm (on a sunny day). We’ve learned to put the dish/clothes washers on in the afternoon, or else we can run out of sun before the batteries are fully charged. In principle, it should not make a difference, except when the morning is sunny and the afternoon is cloudy. The system has run flawlessly and we enjoying the geeky experience of managing it.
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