Fusion Electrical WA installs solar panel systems for business and homeowners across the South West of WA. Solar panels provide a sustainable source of electricity, but only if they are manufactured sustainably, using quality materials. This is why we only install superior quality systems backed by industry leading warranties.
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Solar panel sustainability
Over the past decade, we have seen more and more individuals in the region embrace solar technology in their home or business. When it comes to building a more sustainable future, every positive action counts. Solar panels are a simple way to make a big difference.
Why solar panels are the future
As of November 2018 more than 2 million Australian households had roof top solar panels installed to power their homes.* Solar power is clean and green energy, which means it does not emit greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.
It’s safe, environmentally friendly and completely self sufficient. As a result, solar panels are incredibly sustainable and deliver significant savings on your power bill. Solar technology is now well established and offers an excellent return on investment.
Solar panel specialists in the South West
We are proud to be a Clean Energy Council Licensed installer and member, and we only install Clean Energy Council approved solar panels, inverters and batteries. If you are looking to install or update your existing solar, we can assist you with;
- Consultation and electrical engineering services
- installation and maintenance of you solar panel system
- Faults, repairs and solar panel system replacement
- Grid connected solar panel systems
- Grid connected solar panel and battery system
- Stand alone solar panel and battery system
Saving with solar
As well as saving on your power bill, you may also be eligible for a government rebate, which will make installation more cost effective for you. These incentives are offered to homes and businesses across Australia.
To see if you qualify for a rebate or incentive, we recommend checking out this resource published by the Government of WA. You’ll also find information on selling excess renewable energy through the Renewable Energy Buyback Scheme (REBS).