At Xceed Solar, we know that every household and business is different.  Our team will take the time to understand your needs as our customer and ensure that your renewable energy future is in safe hands. We will tailor the right package to suit your specific needs.


For most homeowners and business owners, the electricity bill is a dreaded expense. The general rule is that solar makes the most financial sense for someone with a quarterly electricity bill of at least $250. We will take the time to understand your current and future energy needs and recommend the most suitable system for the price you can afford, along with the aftercare you deserve. For as long as you have one of our systems installed, you’ll also have us by your side as your renewable energy partner.

The life of a solar power system is 25 years. Hence, within the first 4 years itself it can return your initial investment. The payback period and return on investment (savings) for your PV system dictates its financial effectiveness. There are a lot of factors which can affect your payback period: location of your roof, your electricity consumption pattern and your feed-in tariff.

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Commercial solar installation is a smart business investment… one that will start making back its initial set-up cost instantly. Most commercial premises consume more electricity during daylight hours, when the generation of solar power is occurring.

If your business uses a lot of energy in lighting, equipment or operations, then it’s time to take action and see how you could install a system and be cash flow positive from your very first month!  When you take into account the Government Solar Rebates (STC’s), feed-in tariffs, reduced electricity bills and a reduced carbon footprint for your business, the case for installing a renewable energy system is compelling.

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An Off Grid Solar System will allow you to get off the grid energy anywhere in Australia with Stand Alone Solar and Off Grid Batteries. Are you living in a remote or rural area of Australia where mains electricity just isn’t available or is terribly costly to get connected to the grid? You should consider your off the grid solar options.


There are two primary solar incentives available: Feed-in tariffs and Small-scale Technology Certificates (STCs). These schemes help reduce the cost of solar and make it easier to get a return on your investment.

Small-scale Technology Certificates (STCs) –  this financial incentive subsidises the upfront cost of installing a solar power system and is not means-tested in any way and the amount is based on the size of your system.

Feed-in tariffs – When you install a solar system, you have the option of feeding energy back into the electricity grid. If you choose to do this, you may qualify for a feed-in tariff (FiT) in your state or territory. This means you’ll be paid for the unused energy your solar system has produced and been sent back into the electricity grid.


A few years ago there was only one way for Australian households to invest in rooftop solar – to buy and own the system upfront.

This is still the most popular way to purchase solar in Australia, but new ways to finance rooftop solar systems have emerged in recent times.

These allow you to install solar without having to pay the upfront costs in one lump sum.