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Micro-inverter solar panel installation for Pullenvale client

The future in solar power technology is micro-inverter solar panels and we were pleased to install this new type of rooftop solar for clients at Pullenvale recently.

Standard rooftop solar systems use a single large inverter to

Solar Design and Install

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Clients at Forest Lake recently engaged us to install a five kilowatt solar unit on their single-storey home.

There are several stages to a solar installation. The system first has

Solar Energy Can Save You Money

The solar powers at Brisbane use on a daily basis has a positive economic result for many citizens. It also produces hot water using an environmentally friendly process.  Sunlight delivers energy to the panels (solar collectors)

Save Money with Solar Energy

Solar energy is beneficial for a number of reasons.  Just ask some of the energy wise Brisbane home owners who use solar power.  They’ll tell you that not only does it have a positive impact

Save Money on Your Next Power Bill

If you are like the average Brisbane home owner, you are probably trying to find ways to save on your electric bill.  It seems like no matter how much you try to conserve energy, your

Important June 30 deadline for installing your solar unit.

On June 25, 2012 the Newman Government announced changes to the solar industry in Queensland, which included a reduction in the feed-in-tariff rate (the amount you earn for the power your Solar unit feeds back

School solar boost

The State Government has launched a $60 Million program to fit 131 state schools with solar energy.

What a fantastic notion! At Scholz Electrical, we are committed to the environment and love to hear stories like

Looking for some bright ideas?

The popularity of the new energy efficient light bulbs is increasing at an astonishing rate, and there is no reason that fashion needs to be substituted for fashion. The article published in The Courier Mail

Cost of going green

“New home owners will pay at least $1000 more for their houses from next year, under a Labor plan to make buildings more energy efficient and create green jobs.”

An additional $1000 for an energy efficient