Our role is to design and build a solar panel installation that represents maximising your savings and a long term benefit for your business and your bottom line. We provide this under our strong customer-based service philosophy – excellence and accountability in all aspects of solar PV system design and installation.
A lot of solar retailers like to focus on the manufacturers’ product warranties for solar panels and inverters, however there is much more to it and we want you to know what it is.
No two solar PV system designs are the same! We understand that each business is different – your day-to-day operations, the size of you electricity bill, your location, roof aspect, buildings & infrastructure, and your plans for the future. This means what you need from your solar PV system can be very different to that of neighbouring businesses or industry colleagues.
We have a team that are fully skilled in across all areas of commercial solar design and installation.
With a local team of tradespeople employed in our business, a friendly and proactive office administration team, and a top quality installation schedule management system in place, our clients receive a professional service from start to finish.
Solar PV systems include technological and electrical equipment, and once installed need to be connected to our local electricity network. This is operated by Essential Energy. We support you through the procedure involved in swapping your meter to allow this to take place, as it can be confusing for electricity consumers – whether you are a home owner or a CEO!
Commercial Solar Energy is a proud division of Coffs Solar Energy based on the Mid North Coast of NSW.
Coffs Solar Energy is the premier supplier of solar power solutions in Coffs Harbour. We’ve been operating successfully in Coffs Harbour since 2010 and in that time have supplied over 2500 solar systems within the Coffs Coast region. Coffs Harbour is much more than just the ‘Big Banana’. It’s also known for its beautiful temperate climate making it very ‘liveable’. In fact, with an average of 7.6 sunlight hours per day, solar power is an obvious choice.
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