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For this Diamond Creek Solar panel installation, the customer asked that we not install the panels on tilts for aesthetics. Although the optimal angle for a solar panel in Melbourne is positioned at 38deg, we were able to make up the losses, by adding a couple of extra panels to the installation. With a regular maintenance schedule, the customer will enjoy clean energy for many years to come. Again using one of the most installed inverters in Australia now(Fronius Primo 8.2kw), and our most popular inverter coupled with a 370w Jinko panel this Diamond Creek solar installation looks great and performs very well.
Fronius Primo 8.2kw and Jinko Tiger 370w panels
We decided to couple the Jinko Tiger 390w All Black panels with Enphase Micro Inverters. The customer made the most of the government rebates. For this job the customer asked if we could use all black racking and fittings to match the all-black look of the panels. We think the result looked great. https://static.getpylon.com/datasheets/panels/JinkoSolarTigerTRAllBlack_JKM380.400M-6RL3-B.pdf
We decided to couple the Jinko 370w panels with Enphase Micro Inverters. The customer made the most of the government rebates and interest free loans through SolarVic www.solar.vic.gov.au/solar-panel-rebate
We decided to couple the Trina 330w panels with a Fronius Primo 8.2kw inverter. The customer made the most of the government rebates and interest-free loans through Solar Vic www.solar.vic.gov.au/solar-panel-rebate
Solar panels have become a common sight on Victoria’s rooftops, helping to lower household energy bills across the state. Around 15 per cent of homes in Victoria already enjoy the benefits of having a solar PV system installed.
For this project, we had no shading issues or roof space restrictions. We decided to couple the trina 330w panels with a Fronius 3 phase 15kw inverter. This was on a new build with no roof space, so we were able to get in early and rough in all the cabling so no surface mounted conduit was seen.
With this job we were faced with not only an export limit, but also a restriction on the size of the inverter we could use at the property. With only 2 phases available we decided to use 50 enphase micro inverters to maximise the size of the system.