Project Overview

The installation featured a robust 32.56 KW solar system, equipped with 74 high-efficiency Jinko Solar panels and a state-of-the-art Huawei SUN2000-29.9KTL-M3 inverter. This system was not only designed to significantly reduce the carbon footprint of Next Payments Pty Ltd but also to provide a substantial return on investment through the generation of 385 Small-scale Technology Certificates (STCs) under the auspicious Solar Credits scheme.


Compliance and Verification

A critical aspect of the installation was adherence to the Clean Energy Council (CEC) guidelines and the Clean Energy Regulator’s requirements. The job pack included a comprehensive checklist covering the pre-installation, mid-installation, and post-installation phases. This ensured a high standard of quality control, with detailed records such as photos and serial numbers of the panels and inverter, along with safety certificates, serving as proof of compliance.


Installer Credentials

The success of such a complex installation hinges on the expertise of the installer. Simon Lodge, a CEC accredited installer, designer, and electrician, was at the helm of this project. His mandatory written statement of adherence to the standards and guidelines further solidified the trust in the quality and reliability of the installation.


Project Summary

The Endeavour Solar panel system installation at Next Payments Pty Ltd stands as a shining example of how businesses can contribute to a greener future. It showcases the importance of meticulous planning, compliance with regulatory standards, and the selection of quality components and skilled professionals.

As the world leans more towards renewable energy sources, projects like these pave the way for a brighter, more sustainable future.