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Nelson electricity costs are only going to keep on getting more expensive. But with our sunshine hours – a solar power system is the best way to cut down on those ever increasing electricity bills.
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Going solar typically means installing sun absorbing panels on your roof. But PV (or ‘photovoltaic’) panels are what most people think of. These are the panels that generate electricity directly from the suns rays.
You then use that electricity as it is being generated. Or if it’s not needed it filters through some clever electronics and back down the line to the electricity company – who can pay you for the excess units you send to them.
With a good installation, and plenty of sunshine the savings on your bills can be substantial.
Battery based systems take the more typical regular solar power install to another level. Instead of relying on the electricity company to pay you some money for the excess units you generate, now you can simply store the electricity you generate during the day – and then use it at night.
With the latest in battery technology you can easily have enough backup power stored to last you 7 days (or even more). That can cover you for days of even heavily clouded weather.
Solar water heating is often overlooked by new customers looking to save on their energy bills. Yet it is still a very effective renewable energy source.
A significant portion of the average household electricity bill goes towards heating the hot water tank up – on average around 30% of that monthly bill! Solar water heating can dramatically reduce that, and at a cost of much less than a PV based solar power system. They are definitely worth considering.
Beautiful Nelson sits in its own little microclimate at the top of the South. Great weather and arguably the most sunshine hours in all of New Zealand – what better place to be installing your own solar system.
It may only be 12th in terms of population, but it’s got a big friendly heart and a warm welcome. Especially for the visitors from all over New Zealand, and indeed the world, that flock there for that slice of heaven.
Nelson is all about the outdoors, the arts and that leisurely flat white in one of its many cafes. With beautiful beaches, amazing cycle trails, wineries, craft brewers and the Abel Tasman national park all right on the doorstep – what’s not to love?
Nelson North: Glenduan, Wakapuaka, Todds Valley, Marybank, Atawhai, Dodson Valley, Brooklands
City Centre: Nelson Central, Port Nelson, Beachville, The Wood, Hanby Park, Maitai, Nelson East, Nelson South, Toi Toi, Bishopdale, The Brook, Washington Valley, Stepneyville, Britannia Heights
Tahunanui-Port Hills: Tahunanui, Enner Glynn, Moana, Tasman Heights, Annesbrook, Wakatu
Stoke: Greenmeadows Park, Nayland, Monaco, Maitlands, Saxton
Richmond, Brightwater, Hope, Wakefield