Solar Installers In Brisbane

Below are details of solar panel installers in the SolarQuotes network servicing Brisbane, in Queensland. Each listing is accompanied by average ratings from the company's customers, a general price range for system installations and a link to the installer's reviews page where you'll find detailed feedback. You'll also find other information on installing solar panels in Brisbane below the list of installers.

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  • Client since Jul 2016

    Green Solar

    4.7

    248 reviews

    $4650 – $9000 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Nov 2020

    EISS Pty Ltd

    5.0

    191 reviews

    $5500 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since May 2020

    GI Energy

    4.7

    166 reviews

    $4200 – $13000 For a 6.6kW system

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    MC Electrical

    4.8

    1276 reviews

    $6100 – $10000 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since May 2014

    MC Electrical

    4.8

    1276 reviews

    $6100 – $10000 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Jun 2011

    SAE Group Pty Ltd

    4.4

    1035 reviews

    $4600 – $10800 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Jun 2011

    SAE Group Pty Ltd

    4.4

    1035 reviews

    $4600 – $10800 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Jun 2011

    SAE Group Pty Ltd

    4.4

    1035 reviews

    $4600 – $10800 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Apr 2010

    Halcol Energy

    4.4

    456 reviews

    $4152 – $7000 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Mar 2017

    Expert Electrical

    4.8

    435 reviews

    $4900 – $12000 For a 6.6kW system

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Perhaps more than any state capital, the city of Brisbane in Queensland has in the past been subject to the “slash and burn” strategy of a state government seemingly determined to airbrush out all evidence of solar power in favour of fossil fuel based energy.

No sooner had Campbell Newman rested his bottom on the Premier’s chair after his party’s convincing win in the Queensland election of March 2012 than he started wielding the axe. Out went the generous feed-in tariff and support for solar energy installations. The then-Premier also threatened to pull the plug on state/federal PV projects in the state.

Did the attitude of the government of the day discourage the forward-thinking citizens of Brisbane? The answer is a resounding “no” as Brisbane’s residents rolled their sleeves up and continued to support important renewable energy technologies such as solar power – and financially benefited by slashing their energy costs.

Thankfully, in the post-Newman era, Queensland’s government recognised the importance of a renewable energy powered future, setting a target of one million solar rooftop installations or 3,000 megawatts of total PV capacity installed across the state by 2020, which was given a red-hot go.

Brisbane has survived a number of major tragedies such as flooding in recent years. These freak weather patterns have been linked by some to climate change due to carbon emissions produced by the burning of fossil fuel.

Perhaps Brisbane folk know better than others the need to convert to renewable sources such as solar energy. The passion for installing solar panels in Brisbane by residents and businesses has been a driving force in Queensland evolving into the nation’s leading state in terms of the overall number of solar power systems installed – more than 856,000 PV systems installed as at the end of February 2022.

Each kilowatt of solar panels installed in Brisbane will generate on average 4.2 kilowatt-hours of electricity a day.

As at the end of December 2021, around 41.8% of Queensland’s homes have harnessed the sun’s energy by installing solar panels; taking more control over their electricity costs. This represents the highest rate of PV saturation in Australia.

You can join Brisbane’s rooftop solar panel revolution. Get on the road to serious power bill savings today by submitting your details for quotes from trusted Brisbane solar installers I have carefully pre-vetted!