With a name derived from the Murray River, the Murray Bridge is the city that every tourist must see.
Complete with large regional shopping centre, accommodation, restaurants, hotels and sporting facilities, and a good base for water-related sports and activities plus a semi-arid climate, what more can a tourist ask for?
The city also has a newly-opened range zoo where animals can freely roam the 1000-hectare site. And if you wanna look back to the city’s good ol’ times, check out the Captain’s Cottage Museum. The museum houses memorabilia, photographs, model riverboats and vintage machinery that brings back the memories.
Australia is known for its 12-hour daytime, the reason why citizens are now considering the use of the energy from the sun. Lower or no power bills, reduced carbon footprints and the ability to sell the excess power back to the power grid are only few of the advantages we profit from the switch.
With power prices nationwide expected to increase substantially over the next couple of years, solar is a great way to protect yourself and your family.
On top of the savings that you can receive once your solar power system starts producing power through Feed-in tariffs, the reduction in the up-front cost of systems is also an incentive in itself. Panel prices have fallen dramatically over the last 18 months and this means that a 5kW system which previously cost around $25,000 now costs around $7,000.
If you have any questions about how to use the formulas or any other matter, please don’t hesitate to ask us a question.
We provide the most competitive rates for Murray Bridge residents. We’ll provide three quotes for you to compare the best deals for your new solar power and solar panel systems install. Don’t fall into the trap of increasing electricity bill. Find out how much solar can save you today.
The South Australian state government mandates a minimum retail Feed-in Tariff rate of 7.6c/kWh for residential solar power systems up to 5kW. Retailers can, and some do, provide higher rates for power you feed back into the system, so make sure to check with your retailer about what rate you can expect.
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*Rates updated April 2016