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 SMALL-SCALE TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATES When you install a solar PV system you may be eligible for federal government financial incentives in the form of Small-Scale Technology Certificates (STC’s). These STC’s are generated for every megawatt hour of eligible renewable energy and are traded on the STC market. AM I ELIGIBLE? A SolarHub representative can guide you if you’re uncertain, however STC’s should be available for you if you comply with the following: You are installing a solar PV system on your home or business The system complies with Australian standards and certified by the Clean Energy Council Installed by an accredited read more…

Inaugural SolarHub Tipping Results

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Inaugural SolarHub Tipping Results Earlier this year SolarHub ran their inaugural tipping competition with $1750 worth of prizes to be won by participants. Covering AFL, NRL, Super Rugby and Super Netball, the competition was fierce among the participants, however only a few could win. Below we have outlined those winners for each sport category as well as the overall winner who accumulated the most points across all 4 sports. Congratulations to all the winners, and good luck tipping next year. Overall Winners Kieran Higgins Briony Geier Paul Fogarty NRL Winners Grant Sands Matt Cotter Briony Geier AFL Winners Keiran Higgins read more…

SolarHub Expands to the South Coast

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 SolarHub Expands to the South Coast SolarHub have opened up an office in Batemans Bay, South Coast. With over 8000 solar systems already installed throughout the ACT, NSW, South Coast and Victoria, SolarHub stand as an experienced player in the solar power industry with a wealth knowledge to impart. “SolarHub are thrilled to open up this office on the South Coast. We have been increasingly asked over the years if we can service the area and this seems like the next logical step for us to expand and offer a local presence.”  SolarHub CEO, Benn Masters says. Further, residents of the read more…

MEDIA RELEASE: SolarHub secures naming rights sponsorship with Netball ACT

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 SOLARHUB SECURES EXCLUSIVE NAMING RIGHTS SPONSORSHIP WITH NETBALL ACT FOR AN ADDITIONAL 3 YEARS 21st September 2018 SolarHub, a leader in the solar energy industry, have signed on for another 3 years of naming rights sponsorship with Netball ACT. The sponsorship is the result of a successful initial 3 years between the two companies which saw the centre being renamed as the SolarHub ACT Netball Centre in 2015, and 50kW of panels installed on the centre’s roof. This solar installation has aided Netball ACT to reduce their energy consumption by 38 percent, saving a projected average of $400,000 over 25 read more…

SolarEdge Inverter and Power Optimiser Review

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 SOLAREDGE REVIEW: SOLAREDGE INVERTER AND POWER OPTIMISER We have been installing SolarEdge inverters and optimizers at SolarHub for nearly 3 years and it’s no secret that we love them. Having installed 8.14MWp (1600 systems) of the stuff in that timeframe, and with several new products hitting the market like the SolarEdge smart panel, we thought it would be good to put our experiences and thoughts down on paper and provide you with a full SolarEdge review. What makes a good solar inverter? When we first started supplying and installing solar 8 years ago, the differences between inverters were quite substantial. read more…

6kW system from $77.03* per fortnight


 6kW Solar System at RRP of $6,000 from just $77.03* per fortnight over 36 months interest free# Terms and conditions apply: *Minimum 5% deposit required prior to install. Get in contact via the form below to find out more. *Total minimum amount payable is $6,134.34 # Approved applicant only, the $75 establishment fee is charged once per facility and included in the quoted repayment amount    $2.99 Payment processing fees are charged per repayment and included in the quoted repayment amount    $3.50 Account keeping fees are charged monthly and are in addition to the quoted repayment amount    Credit read more…

SolarHub COO Does The Dumball Rally- 2018


 SolarHub COO Does The Dumball Rally- 2018 SolarHub COO Florian Geier is once more participating in the Dumball Rally to raise funds for charity. The Dumball Rally, a British based fancy dress charity car rally started in 2006 and has so far raised over half a million quid for the Teenage Cancer Trust. These funds are used to build a state-of-the-art unit at a recognised centre of excellence, The Royal Marsden Hospital. This year’s Dumball Rally will start on September 14th in Brighton, UK and will see the teams venture across 10 countries in their costumes inclusive of Corfu, Greece, read more…



 SOLAR GROWTH IN AUSTRALIA Previously named one of the best markets for solar in the world by the Clean Energy Council (CEC, 2015), Australia have, as of 14th June 2018, installed over 3 million small-scale renewable energy systems. These 3 million systems have been installed since the Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme was introduced in 2001 by the Clean Energy Regulator (CER), offering financial incentives for individuals and small businesses to install eligible small-scale renewable energy systems, inclusive of solar panels which accounted for around 63 percent. Development of new optimisation technologies, batteries, and the increased efficiency of inverters and panels read more…



 SOLARHUB 2018 EOFY SPECIAL- 4 FREE PANELS SolarHub are offering a massive 4 free panels as part of their 2018 EOFY special. Get in contact via the form below to find out more. *The following conditions apply; ACT and NSW residents only Valid until 31st June 2018 Subject to site inspections Applicable to valid quotes only Minimum system size 5kW Additional costs may apply if inverter requires upgrading Not to be used in conjunction with any other offers  

Miss Jordan’s Garden

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 Miss Jordan’s Garden Miss Jordan’s Garden was built at St Michael’s School in memory of Jordan Taylor. She was a seven-year-old girl who passed away suddenly due to a cancerous Grade 4 Medulloblastoma tumour that had bled onto her brain. The garden has been created to teach the students of St Michael’s Primary School the importance of a sustainable garden through practical methods and curriculum opportunities. SolarHub are honoured to have been able to donate their time and a solar PV system to Miss Jordan’s Garden, helping contribute to this wonderful project and helping the future students learn more about read more…