Solar Installers In Ballarat

Below are reputable solar installers in the SolarQuotes network who serve Ballarat, in Victoria, along with links to ratings and reviews of their installations. Other useful information about installing solar panels in Ballarat is below the list.

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  • Client since Jul 2015

    Essential Solar

    4.6

    735 reviews

    $3300 – $8800 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Jul 2015

    Essential Solar

    4.6

    735 reviews

    $3300 – $8800 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Jul 2015

    Essential Solar

    4.6

    735 reviews

    $3300 – $8800 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Dec 2017

    Smart Energy Answers

    4.6

    571 reviews

    $6200 – $10200 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Apr 2012

    SolarHub

    4.4

    440 reviews

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  • Client since Aug 2011

    Geelong Solar Energy

    4.7

    339 reviews

    $4480 – $6800 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Apr 2017

    Sunrun Solar

    4.7

    313 reviews

    $2450 – $6750 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Oct 2019

    Lightning Energy

    4.6

    277 reviews

    $5000 – $9500 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Jul 2019

    JWS Electrical Services Pty Ltd

    5.0

    190 reviews

    $3000 – $6500 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Jan 2015

    Australian Enviro Projects Pty Ltd

    4.7

    185 reviews

    $6650 – $7310 For a 6.6kW system

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Gold! Or words like it have would have been the cry that turned this humble sheep station of a town into the thriving metropolis of Ballarat, starting in 1851 when gold was first discovered at the strangely-named Poverty Point.

Though the goldfields no longer sustain the proud city, it is now another form of gold that it taking off amongst residents as they aim to reduce both carbon emissions and their skyrocketing electricity bills. Pro-solar energy activists in the city have celebrated the takeup of renewable energy, saying the increasingly falling price of solar panels has made the alternative energy competitive with fossil fuels.

The popularity of residential PV shows no signs of slowing down in Ballarat. Even the last couple of years has seen continued significant growth in solar installations. As at May 2018, approximately 2,690 small-scale solar power systems had been installed in Ballarat’s postcode (3350), with a collective capacity of more than 10 megawatts.By July 2020, those figures had reached 3,963 systems installed with a collective capacity of 19,313 kW. Ballarat's solar capacity had grown by around 90% in just two years.

If you live in Ballarat and wish to strike a blow against rising emissions and rising electricity costs; find out more about the pre-vetted installers listed above we trust to install your system.