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Up to $7500 in rebates still available, don't miss out!!

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your carbon footprint, cut costs!!

Standalone Solar

Off-grid solutions to provide reliable
power in remote locations

Hot Water can be up to 25% of your power bill,
use the power of the sun and save

Solar Hot Water Heating

Residential Solar

With the cost of electricity on the rise, many Australian’s are installing Solar Systems, to add value to their homes, offset their power bill and in some cases, replacing their bill altogether. Call now to find out how Solar can benefit your home and family!

Commercial Solar

Australia companies are embracing Solar, to reduce their carbon footprint, improve their Green Star rating, cut costs and increase company profitability. Solarsurge can assess your energy usage, size up a system and provide you with an ROI Calculation.

Standalone Solar

If you live in a remote area, where mains electricity is unreliable or unavailable, a standalone or off grid solar system is the answer. Solarsurge can provide you with a complete system, inclusive of panels, inverters, mounting brackets and battery bank.

Solar Hot Water Heating

Hot Water comprises of approximately 25% of the average household energy bill. Solar Hot Water Heating can help you drive down those costs, by using free energy from the sun. With a range of government subsidies and rebates available, switching to solar makes sense.

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How Solar Cells Work

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You’ve probably seen calculators with solar cells — devices that never need batteries and in some cases, don’t even have an off button. As long as there’s enough light, they seem to work forever. You may also have seen larger solar panels, perhaps on emergency road signs, call boxes, buoys and even in parking lots to power the lights.

Although these larger panels aren’t as common as solar-powered calculators, they’re out there and not that hard to spot if you know where to look. In fact, photovoltaics — which were once used almost exclusively in space, powering satellites’ electrical systems as far back as 1958 — are being used more and more in less exotic ways. The technology continues to pop up in new devices all the time, from sunglasses to electric vehicle charging stations.

The hope for a “solar revolution” has been floating around for decades — the idea that one day we’ll all use free electricity fro­m the sun. This is a seductive promise, because on a bright, sunny day, the sun’s rays give off approximately 1,000 watts of energy per square meter of the planet’s surface. If we could collect all of that energy, we could easily power our homes and offices for free.
In this article­, we will examine solar cells to learn how they convert the sun’s energy directly into electricity. In the process, you will learn why we’re getting closer to using the sun’s energy on a daily basis, and why we still have more research to ­do before the process becomes cost-effective.


Solarsurge is a 100% Australian-owned company with a wealth of experience in delivering Solar Power Solutions. Specialising in both residential and commercial projects, our team has installed, maintained and supported 1000’s of installations across NSW. Solarsurge uses only the best quality European solar panels and inverters, rather than poor quality alternatives coming out of Asia, most of our brands have extended warranty periods of up to 25 years. Using only high quality equipment also ensures greater solar efficiencies, especially under shaded or cloudy conditions, meaning that our equipment performs better under less than ideal conditions providing you with a more efficient and reliable system, that is going to provide you greater costs savings over a longer period of  time, without the need for a lot of maintenance.