NSW 10 kW system and battery quote

Hi there
We have a double story home postcode 2099, quarterly bill 1300 (ducted upstairs, large AC downstairs and a pool)
This a a quote for a 10kW system, also thinking of a Tesla battery
Sorry for the long post, just wanted to put up all the info
Thanks in advance, cheers

LG NeON2 10kW Enphase IQ7+ Microinverter System
28 x LG NeON2 355w Panels (9.94kWp) - 25 year Product Warranty/25 year Power Output Warranty
28 x Enphase IQ7+ Micro Inverters (8.26kWAC) - 10 year Warranty
Envoy Monitor (Wi-Fi based System Production and Household Consumption monitoring) - 5 years warranty
Premium Black Clenergy Ezy Rack Mounting System - 10 year warranty
All cabling, switches, isolators and circuit breakers
Installation according to AS4777 and CEC requirements (see below)
Your solar system includes configuration, Monitoring and 12 months Tech Support from Solaray’s Online Support Team
This system qualifies for 151 STCs
This system is compatible with single and three phase properties
After rebate AU$ 15,990.00

Tesla Powerwall 2
Tesla Powerwall - 13.5 kWh battery - AC Coupled including Gateway 2 & Blackout Backup
Includes:
All cabling, switches, isolators and circuit breakers.
Installation according to AS4777…
Includes Online Configuration, System Monitoring and Tech Support provided by Solaray’s Online Support Team.
Dimensions -1150mm x 755mm x 155mm
Installation - Can be floor or wall mounted / Also has the ability to installed either indoors or outdoors
Warranty - 10 Year Product Warranty
NOTE:
Does not include a solar power system, battery storage only.
Includes connection of backup to nominated circuits subject to design limitations.
AU$ 11,990.00

Hi Eskay

LG Neon2 and Enphase is a great system. Price seems reasonable. Never a bad idea to get a second quote if you haven’t.

What is your motivation for wanting a battery?

Cheers
Marty

Check out:
https://www.cleanenergyreviews.info/solar-installers/new-south-wales/sydney

Hi Marty

Thanks for your input.

I was told that the battery is good for power storage for below reasons

  1. evening/night usage is covered

  2. Excess after storage is sent to grid

  3. In case of blackout

Keen to know your thoughts, it is very expensive!!

Cheers Eskay

Well if you think about it, only number 3 really is an argument for batteries. The grid is better for the first two point, or makes them redundant.

Therefore it’s really only worth the money if you are concerned about maintaining power throughout a blackout (as long as it doesn’t go for too long).

Hope that helps
Marty

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