Why go solar?

Before making a decision to purchase a solar power system and which solar retailer to go with, we recommend you undertake some basic research. ...

How it works

Whenever the sun shines, the solar cells generate electricity. The grid connect inverter converts the DC electricity produced by the solar ...

How to shop

Before making a decision to purchase a solar power system and which solar retailer to go with, we recommend you undertake some...

Will it work?

Solar will work for most homes in South Australia. The optimumn conditions for the best average production throughout the year are....

Case Studies

Case study: Fullarton Rd, Dulwich

Newman Mundy Electrical Pty Ltd (NME) has won the job for the installation of an architecturally-designed 7 kW facade using a combination of visual and photovoltaic (PV) glazing elements. After working closely with the owner, NME and LAROS have completely re-engineered the facade for functional reasons, incorporated innovative thermally-broken curtain wall solutions as well as laminated thin-film PV glazing technology from Europe. The new façade features a much-increased design rating of 21-kWp, maximising solar power generation while accommodating high-performance solar glazing for day lighting. The thermally-broken RAICO aluminium curtain wall ensures that summer heat is transmitted less easily to the inside of the building and hence reducing the need for air-conditioning (and/or space-heating in winter). In addition, being designed in Germany for solar technology integration, the RAICO curtain wall solution (see below) hides all of the electrical cables within its mullion-transom structure, resulting in a fantastic finish inside and out. Please keep an eye out for pictures from start to finish as we complete this truly amazing job

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Artist’s impression Of Fullarton Rd Facade