Your estimate

Maximise your energy independence with this solar and battery system


4.8 kWh battery system

All-in-one Redback Smart Hybrid System with a 5kW Hybrid Inverter and 4.8kWh Pylontech battery. Backed up by an extended 10 year warranty ($7150).


5.3 kW solar system with standard panels

The standard solar panel option uses high efficiency panels from Longi (or similar) and offers great value. Includes installation of the complete solar and battery system ($5300).

Total estimated system price


This is a package price, not available individually. Estimate is for a standard configuration, assuming a single storey home with a tin/colourbond roof. Pricing shown is net of STCs and variations in price may occur depending on other factors.

Annual estimated solar savings

$1700 in savings each year*

With an estimated $1700 of annual savings, you could pay back your system in less than 7 and a half years.

Financing available

With financing, your solar investment will feel much more achievable. We’re pleased to have found a community-based organisation, Community First Credit Union (CFCU), that offers green loans for solar and battery installations. For example, a $15,000 system would mean payments of under $300 a month over 5 years (based on their rate of 5.99%). CFCU is our preferred loan provider for a number of reasons, including their flexible application process (online or over the phone) and ability to provide you with an instant application decision. Learn more about financing

Not sure this is the right system for you?

If you’re keen to get a bigger battery, you could upgrade to our 7kWh battery (which costs $8350) or the 11.8kWh battery (at $10,950). When we do your home assessment, we’ll be able to assess whether you could fully utilise a big battery like that and you can make an informed decision.

Next step? Book your home assessment

Every home is different, so to ensure there are no hidden costs lurking around the corner we perform a $150 home assessment, which also acts as a deposit towards your system. Our solar specialists conduct an online review of your home and energy use before an installer site visit. We then provide a detailed final quote, tailored to your home. If you choose not to go ahead the $150 is refundable. View Terms of Sale

Have more questions?

We know this is a big decision for your home, which is why we try and answer as many of your questions as possible. You can visit our solar and battery frequently asked questions, or, book a video call with one of our specialists at a time that’s convenient for you.

Since adding the solar and battery package, Wendy is buying virtually no electricity from the grid.

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Save an estimated $1700 off your electricity bill each year

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Generate your own energy

Why buy energy when you could make your own? Run your home on solar power day and night with panels and a battery.

Bill savings

Maximise your savings year round

Squeeze every last drop from your solar panels - from around 25% without a battery to up to 80% or more with one.

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Power through blackouts

Make sure your fridge and freezer keep running and your internet is connected in a blackout. Power within 10ms of an outage.

$150 now, no pushy sales later

Place $150 down now for your home assessment, and if you choose to proceed it will be taken off the total cost of your system. If not, you get to keep the insights and get a refund. View Terms of Sale

*Estimate is based on system size as indicated and solar generation of 1300kWh per kW per year, and using a weighted average value of that generation at 20c per kWh (combination of exports and offsetting electricity purchasing). Battery cost savings are based on a depth of discharge of 90% of the battery and an assumption that the battery will be filled 90% of cycles (one cycle per day). This is a so-called simple payback and does not take into account any increases in electricity prices, fluctuations in feed-in tariffs, degradation of solar panels or batteries.