A typical residential household consumes about 6,500 kilowatt-hours of electricity per year, which translates to in excess of $6,500 per year.

Instead of purchasing this electricity from your retailer, why not use energy generated from a solar system? Not only are you reducing your greenhouse gas emissions, but you’re also reducing the amount of electricity you need to pay from a retailer. It’s a win/win.

Set yourself up for the future: The Australian Energy Regulator shows that our rate of energy consumption is increasing alongside the costs of electricity. With a quality solar system, you’ll reduce the impact that future price increases have on your family budget.

Learn the numbers and increase your use of sunshine: We’re all about being proactive, and so we’ll talk you through tools such as solar management kits that help you:

  • Track your energy and consumption
  • Estimate your daily costs, and
  • Track your solar return

Become BASIX compliant: BASIX (Building Sustainability Index) aims to reduce emissions across NSW by implementing a number of practical strategies, such as solar. It applies to all residential homes, so if you’re lodging a development application in NSW for a new home, or a renovation and addition, you’ll need BASIX certification.

Take advantage of government incentives while they’re available: Government rebates for solar wont be available forever, yet with increased electricity usage and rising costs it is undisputable that solar will become more and more in demand in homes across NSW. We’ll help you identify your options under the incentive scheme, and talk you through the best choices for you.

Reduce your greenhouse gas emissions: It sounds clichéd, but it really is up to us to create a better environment for our children[MT2] . Not only will reduced energy consumption provide your family with long-term financial savings, but you’ll also be making a valuable contribution to a sustainable future.

In the early days of solar, system sizes typically ranged from 1 to 2 kW, driven by government incentives. However, we’re now witnessing a trend of homeowners maximizing their system sizes. Today, it’s common to see residential systems ranging from 6 to 13 kW, and even up to 30 kW in some cases.

This shift towards larger system sizes is fueled by both current rebates and the availability of high-quality equipment on the market. Homeowners are keen to take full advantage of these incentives and invest in larger systems to maximize their energy production and savings.

At E-Smart Solar, we cater to this growing trend by offering tailored solutions that help homeowners make the most of their available roof space and optimize their solar energy generation.

When knowledge is power – literally

Knowing your numbers and being aware of your usage can ensure you maximise the benefits of solar energy at home. By installing a solar power or battery system in your home, you’ll be:

  • Reducing your reliance on fossil fuels, and
  • Using renewable energy source that will generate power for years to come.

And even if you relocate, a quality solar system will add value to your home.

It’s your family, your home and your budget. We’re here to help you make the most of them.

Benefits Of Solar

Solar system are one of the most effective assets for your home. Every year a large percentage of
Australians are enjoying the benefits of solar on your family homes.

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Reduced Electricity Bills

When you generate it, you don’t need to buy it. Goodbye to that nasty quarterly bill!

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Low Maintenance

Once it’s installed by our superstar team, very little needs to be done.

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Reduced Emissions

Our systems are eco friendly.
You are playing your part
– great work!

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Property Value

A great return on investment.

We understand your energy consumption before we do anything else

Because every business is different, we’ll work with you to completely understand your usage and
requirements first. We’ll gain a through understanding of your daily operations and, importantly,
your future plans.

We’ll also look at your power bills and electivity consumption patterns. With your permission, we’ll also install a data logger to track your energy consumption for a week to ten days. The logger will monitor your usage and help us design the most efficient system for your needs.

It also means that you understand the specific numbers around your energy consumption, enabling you to make an informed decision regarding your solar purchase and maximise your return on investment.

Tell me more about your free data-logging service.


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