Solar Panels

The most important part of any effective solar system is obviously the solar panels themselves, and with our wide range of quality options available here at Skylight Energy, we’re sure you’ll find an option perfectly suited to your individual situation.


How Solar Panels Work

Solar energy is becoming ever more popular around the world, and more and more households are starting to see the benefits of installing solar panels. These panels are able to harvest the sun’s rays; converting them into direct current (DC). Each panel is made of photovoltaic cells, made from silicon wafers. When put together, the cells combine to form a solar panel, which generates electricity using the sun’s energy. A solar inverter then converts the DC into alternating current (AC), which can be used around your home.


Benefits of Solar Power

While buying solar panels in Australia involves a relatively large initial expenditure, in the long run it will end up being an extremely cost-effective option thanks to reduced utility bills. With a life of 25 years, or even longer, solar panels will provide a long-term solution to protect you against rising electricity rates. The other main benefit is that you’re reducing environmental pollution, and embracing a greener, more sustainable lifestyle.


Best Solar Panels Available

If you’re looking for some of the best solar panels in Australia, then we’re sure you’ll be impressed by what we have to offer here at Skylight Energy. Here are some of the panels we can install:

  • ET Solar (265W & 290W MONO panels)
  • Trina Solar (290W)
  • Canadian Solar (270W & 280W MONO panels)
  • BYD Solar (260W)
  • Jinko Solar (270W)


If you’re considering a solar energy system, then it’s important you choose a company you can trust for such a big decision. Our highly trained, certified, and experienced staff will have no problem installing your panels quickly and efficiently, and we’ve built up a reputation as a trusted solar provider. Get your free quote today and see what we can do for you!

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