First we’ll see if your home qualifies. That means checking your current energy use and that your home is in one of our service regions. Plus, we’ll use aerial images to look at the the size and orientation of your roof. Further to that we’ll check what type of cladding is on your roof, the pitch and if there any issues with shading that could impact on the system’s performance.
A standard installation is normally completed in one day. Due to circumstances beyond our control, like wet weather or installation complexities at some homes, we may have to schedule a second day to complete the work. After we’ve finished our part we’ll organise for your meter to be replaced with a two-way meter and for the whole installation to be approved by an independent inspector. Once that’s done the system will be switched on and will start powering your home with cleaner, cheaper, smarter energy.