No solar panel is created equal! Commonly you’ll hear about Tier 1 rated and CEC Approved panels. But there is a higher indication of quality, durability and performance, that is VDE Certification.

Suntech PV panels are one of the few solar panels that hold VDE certification. The VDE Quality Testing program is rigorous, it involves:

Module design and safety qualification Continuous inline quality monitoring Continuous offline site work monitoring

This means that the solar panels are built to perform and your investment is secure. Learn more about solar power with Solar Squad:

Solar Panels – Know The Difference!

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(ABC News) Posted Sat 4 Jun 2022 at 7:06am, updated Sat 4 Jun 2022 at 8:16am Rising electricity bills are the latest in a series of shocks to household budgets and may have people warming to the idea of solar power. The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) increased its default […]
As a retailer of Suntech Solar Panels, we are proud to see that Suntech has yet again proven to be amongst the highest quality solar panels in the world. Suntech is one of only two brands worldwide to hold VDE certification. Our SMA inverters are top […]
Jessups Solar Squad was live to air on LAFM, Tasmania Talks with Brian Carlton.  On Wednesday 6th February from 9 am to 12 noon, we discussed all aspects of commercial solar.  This event was a follow up from our hugely successful first live show in December on […]

How Solar Systems Work.

While solar technology can be complicated, connecting your panels to the main power grid in Tasmania is fairly simple. The setup for connecting solar panels to the power grid involves three basic steps:

Applications and rebates are arranged The solar PV panels and inverter are installed Your metre is upgraded to a smart meter

Once operational, solar power generated by the PV panels is converted to AC by the inverter. This power is then sent to the home for use. When needed, top-up power is provided by the electricity grid. All excess power generated at the property is sent through the feed-in meter, paid for by the electricity provider and used by neighbours on the grid..