Solar Installers In Mount Gambier

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

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  • Client since Oct 2016

    Class A Energy Solutions

    4.6

    174 reviews

    $5788 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Oct 2016

    Class A Energy Solutions

    4.6

    174 reviews

    $5788 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Nov 2020

    AR Energy Consulting

    4.9

    120 reviews

    $5200 – $6600 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Sep 2022

    Teho Pty Ltd

    4.8

    103 reviews

    $4000 – $12200 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Sep 2020

    Sungain Solar

    4.5

    82 reviews

    $3500 – $10000 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Sep 2020

    Sungain Solar

    4.5

    82 reviews

    $3500 – $10000 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Apr 2012

    My Energy Engineering

    4.8

    67 reviews

    $5050 – $6697 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Nov 2019

    Exceed Solar

    4.9

    62 reviews

    $6600 – $10000 For a 6.6kW system

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    Ozora Energy

    4.9

    48 reviews

    $4700 – $19950 For a 6.6kW system

  • Client since Jul 2020

    Yorke Solar SA Pty Ltd

    4.7

    14 reviews

    $7000 For a 6.6kW system

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Looking for a lovely story to match the many wonderful assets of the beautiful South Australian city of Mount Gambier? The fact that the Blue Lake, aka the bottomless lake and one of the city’s main tourist spots, has an average depth of 75 metres. That’s right, the only bottomless lake where the depth is known.

The second most populous city in South Australia, the city borders the Victorian coast and is dominated by a geography of volcanic craters and outcrops – hence the lake. However, the city is also an important centre for primary industry and mining, with tourism also playing an important role.

Finding evidence of a firm commitment to future energy needs is not hard for Mount Gambier. An example is the solar training centre established at the Mount Gambier TAFE campus. The centre offers training for contractors looking to receive the qualifications necessary to install and maintain domestic stand-alone solar power systems, and battery storage systems for grid-connected solar panels.

Like many towns and cities across South Australia, solar panel installations have been popping up everywhere in Mount Gambier. By the end of June 2020, more than 2,300 small-scale solar power systems had been installed in Mount Gambier's postcode (5290) and there some great solar installers servicing the city; such as those listed above.

The Blue Lake city’s well of goodwill towards solar energy is – like the lake – runs very deep!