1. When can you be contacted to answer questions?
A. I am available to be contacted anytime on my mobile phone or simply email your question for a prompt reply.
2. What is an REC and how do you qualify for the rebate?
A. REC (Renewable Energy Certificate) is tradeable on the open market and represents 1 megawatt hour of renewable energy.
They can be sold per REC at market prices. Systems starting from 1000kw may qualify their rate through Federal Government rebates.
Systems must be installed by a CEC accredited installer to qualify.
3. What is a kWh and how does this generate income?
A. kWh or kilowatt hour is a unit of energy that can be bought or sold by an electricity distributor eg Energy Australia.
4. How long does the installation take and when do we receive the income?
A. Systems can be installed within a few weeks of the deposit being paid subject to equipment being available. REC rebate is normally paid within 3 weeks of installation.
5. Can I use the rebate to offset the cost of the system, meaning can I pay less the rebate?
A. Yes you may elect for the rebate to be claimed by the installer and you will only need to pay the balance.
6. What electricity companies comply with the regulations?
A. All state DISCOMS/NLDC electricity distributors will allow connection of PV solar systems to the network via Net feed in.
7. Why choose e-mug Energy?
A. Kandhala Surender Reddy is a Managing Director of e-mug Energy is a solar specialist, he has over 20yrs experience in the solar industry. Mr.Reddy is involve in both design and installation of grid connected and standalone systems, training the very people that will become qualified solar installers. e-mug is a local company that provides Round the clock service support when ever you need.
Solar A Clean Energy
- No Air Pollution.
- No Water Pollution.
- No Noise Pollution.
- No Solid Waste.
- No Radiation Risk.
- No Transmission Lines.
- No Cooling Water.