Residential Solar 2018-08-28T14:59:44+00:00

Residential Solar

Why Go Solar?

Here’s why you should consider moving your home over to solar power:

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Save money on your energy bill

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Add value to your home

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Reduce your reliance on the rising cost of power from the grid

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Get paid for any excess power you export back to the grid (if eligible)

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Reduce your carbon emissions

And after you have paid off the initial investment in the system, that’s money in your pocket every month if you have no power bill or a subsidised power bill.

Your initial investment can be further reduced – thanks to the Government rebate program. With huge incentives to solar power users, the program drastically cuts the cost of a new solar system. It pays you in advance for the projected power usage of your system. Find out more about this here.

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Solar for Residential Homes

It’s a greener, cleaner, cheaper source of energy and is good for you, your budget, and the environment.

Taylor Energy is an industry-leading supplier of quality solar systems in South East Queensland. We focus on every aspect of your residential project, including supply, design, installation and project management.



There are common questions that businesses and homeowners ask when considering an investment in solar energy. We answer some of them here.

To determine the size of the system to meet the needs of your business or home, we will look at factors such as: current electricity usage and patterns; roof size and shading implications; and your budget. We will also put together a Systems Proposal for your consideration.

You can receive rebates and generous government contributions for installing a solar power system and generating solar electricity, including “Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme (STCs)” and “Feed-in Tariffs”, both which substantially offset your investment.

First, check how many kWh of power you use each day (on average). We can take that figure, measure your roof space and calculate how much solar you need to reduce your bill. Then we work out the payback period and possible finance options. To be fully self-sufficient, take your daily kWh power usage and divide it by 4.2. This number is the size of the solar system that will produce the same amount of power you are using daily!

The good news is that Taylor Energy will take care of everything for you, from developing the plan to completing paperwork and after sales service. Our solar install process is designed to cover all aspects of starting and maintaining your solar-powered business or home.

Contact us now to discuss your solar system requirements.