If you live in Raceview there's never been a better time to install rooftop solar panels - Modern solar panels have an expected life of around 20 years and with government rebates and feed-in tariffs typically pay for themselves in about 5 years.
Ready to reduce the energy bills at your Raceview property? Whether you’re a homeowner or business owner, CMH Electrical can help you get a solar power system up and running quickly and affordably. Our expert solar panel installers take care of everything from installation to maintenance.
CMH Electrical offers a range of solar energy solutions for individual households and businesses located in Raceview. Solar panels provide many environmental benefits by utilising renewable energy to power your home or business.
Solar panels are one of the most popular ways for Raceview residents to reduce their electricity bills.
Lower your electricity bill
Combat rising electricity costs
Earn money back on your investment
Springfield residents who install a 5kW or larger solar system will see a reduction in their electricity bills.
Reduce your carbon footprint
Solar is Eco-Friendly
Relying on your local energy grid usually means you’re relying on fossil fuels. Solar is a completely green alternative.
CMH offer environmentally friendly Solar Electricity solutions for your home or business giving you cleaner, greener energy and a healthier planet.
When the sunlight hits a solar panel, the panel turns the energy into direct current (DC) electricity; the electricity from your power points is alternating current (AC) electricity. An inverter converts the DC to AC so you can use that energy to power your house. Solar panels are usually able to process 15% to 22% of solar energy into usable energy, depending on factors like panel placement and orientation and weather conditions.
Solar power is the conversion of energy from sunlight into electricity and once installed and setup the solar panels will begin producing power as long as sunlight is hitting the panels. The more solar panels the larger the amount of power available. Any excess electricity produced can be sent to the power grid which will pay you a feed-in tariff for every kilowatt-hour you provide. This happens automatically and your electricity bill will let you know how much power you have sent to the grid.