Within the next year, traditional electricity supply costs are predicted to skyrocket by around 20%. What's more, we are likely to see further cost increases in coming years in order to reduce carbon pollution and meet growing demand, particularly in South East Queensland.
As the peak environmental body for the Fraser Coast region, WBBCC is proud to be part of the solution with an exciting new program.
The Fraser Coast 1000 Solar Roofs Challenge is proudly supported by:
The Fraser Coast 1000 Solar Roofs Challenge brings affordable, high quality, solar power systems with the following benefits:
- No deposit finance available
- Paid off monthly (with the savings you’ll be making on your electricity bill!)
- Utilising current government subsidies and incentives
- Securing your home energy supply, long-term
- Providing a possible source of income
- Reducing greenhouse gas emissions
- High quality systems, and excellent long-term warranties and support
This opportunity comes thanks to an innovative alliance between WBBCC and leading Queensland-based solar solution provider, Ingenero.
No deposit finance available
You can now put quality solar power on your rooftop with no deposit required, then use the savings from your electricity bills to pay off the system. Thanks to a low cost solar loan from NAB, you too can go solar.
Save on your electricity bills and reduce greenhouse gas emissions
In the face of rising electricity prices, switching to solar will substantially reduce your household’s energy consumption, save on your electricity bills and shield you from predicted further increases. Currently you can expect a 1.6kW solar power system to reduce your household’s energy bills by between $450 and $1000 a year and cut around 30% of its greenhouse gas emissions.
Generate income from solar power
The Federal and State Governments are supporting the uptake of residential solar systems: the Federal Solar Credits reduce the cost of the system and the Queensland feed-in tariff pays you for the solar power you send back to the grid. All Queenslanders can sell their surplus solar power into the electricity grid at a minimum of 44 cents per kilowatt hour, with some retailers paying even more. By taking advantage of this feed-in tariff, the solar power system pays for itself much more quickly than through power savings alone.
Quality systems with extended warranties
An Ingenero solar power system is designed and manufactured to ensure maximum power output. This means you can make the most of the system’s ability to feed power into the grid and lower your energy bills. All Premium range systems come with a 25 year performance warranty and a plain English 10 year parts and installation guarantee, giving you peace of mind over the long term.
Make the switch to solar
Find out how simple it is for you to make the switch to solar. Get an obligation-free instant proposal below or you can talk to a solar consultant on 1300 225 312. Don't forget to mention the WBBCC to get your discount!
Established in 1975 and based in Maryborough, WBBCC is the peak environmental body for the Wide Bay Burnett region. The independent, not-for-profit organisation specialises in environmental advocacy and lobbying and works tirelessly on a number of issues each year. The WBBCC’s role is protect the environment in our region. This is achieved through a number of measures. WBBCC represents the environment sector on a number of panels including regional planning and water supply strategies, and works to prevent further unfavourable impacts by working with State and Federal Government agencies to prohibit certain developments and negotiate for better environmental outcomes for essential projects such as major road infrastructure and upgrades. The organisation consists of 65 members and 8 member groups, for more information visit-www.wbbcc.org.au