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Did you know that Solar Hot Water could be the best energy-related investment you can make around the home? For around half the price of a Solar Power system, you can install a premium solar hot water system. Save huge amounts of electricity with our highly efficient Apricus evacuated tubes, and the added benefit of a brand new hot water tank (with a 10 year warranty).

Why install solar hot water on your home?

  • Add value to your home
  • Save up to 75% on your hot water bills
  • Protect yourself from rising electricity costs
  • Minimise your impact on the environment
  • Take advantage of government rebates while they last

Hot water is the biggest user of energy in your home, averaging around 35% of your total electricity bills (and up to 50% of total household usage). Even relatively new water heaters can use a staggering amount of electricity to run, up to 10kWh per day.

If you have an old water heater, it could be using even more. Old electric water heaters can use up to twice as much power, as the tank insulation and the lagging on the pipes can wear away over time, meaning you are heating water over and over again.

For just a few thousand dollars, you can install a new solar hot water system, and reduce your water heating costs by up to 75%. You will also add significant value to your home and protect yourself from rising electricity and gas prices.


Solar Hot Water systems can cost anywhere from $1,500 – $4,500 installed. Naturally, the cheaper systems are also the lowest quality. At Gippsland Solar, we have installed many hundreds of Solar Hot Water systems, and also repaired hundreds of systems installed by other companies. It is simply not worth the risk going for a cheaper system.

There are still rebates and incentives of up to $2800 available to install solar hot water systems. Even new homes and investment properties are eligible for some rebates, so take advantage of the rebates while they last and install solar hot water on your home.


Did you know that you can store your excess solar power in hot water? Heat your water during the day with excess solar electricity, instead of feeding it into the grid for a minimal rate of around 6c per kWh. Save using off-peak for water heating, which is around 20c per kWh.

Using our intelligent energy management system, you could install Solar Hot Water instead of battery storage, and receive a similar benefit for a much lower investment.

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