This section helps you to:

  • Know what to expect from a quote and from an installer
  • Assess your options for buying a battery
  • Understand the grid connection process
  • Getting a quote and choosing an installer

    When you are ready to go ahead you should get at least two quotes, have your information ready, and choose a reputable, licensed installer.

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  • Options for buying

    Buying outright is the most cost effective way, but there are alternatives. Households must be careful to review offers that they receive, and to seek advice, if needed, before investing.

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  • Connecting to the grid

    Your installer will manage the grid connection process for you. The process is often straightforward, although additional time or fees are sometimes needed for connecting larger systems. In some cases you may need to replace your electricity meter.

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