BEST SOLAR SOLUTIONS FOR YOUR BUSINESS IN AUSTRALIA
Drastically reduce your electricity bills
Electricity costs can make up a large portion of your monthly expense. Solar Panel can drastically reduce or even eliminate your reliance ona n electricity
Earn a great return on your investment
Solar panels arent's an expense - they're one of the best ways to invest, with returns rivalling those of more traditional investment like stock and bonds.
Reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Utilising solar panel to generate power can greatly reduce the emission of CO2 by decreasing the demand for fossil fuels. This will minimise greenhouse gas emissions and can reduce yur carbon footprint
Create clean energy access for the community
Regional areas that do not have access to the electricity grid and are distant from the major population centres or have a unreliable energy source can have more affordable and reliable power with the help of solar panel.
Business, Commercial & Utility Solar EPC Solutions in Australia
As a leading renewable energy solutions provider, Kratos Energy can handle all facets of your project.
Whether for a business, commercial or utility-scale system, we offer end-to-end EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) solutions, including MW-scale LGC solar projects and BIPV solar systems.
Under our EPC services, our in-house qualified energy experts will design your system, procure the necessary equipment and install the solar panels or construct the solar power system on or off-grid.
Our EPC process also includes project development , PPAs, financing as well as operation and maintenance.
Talk to our expert
Our experts will arrange an appointment to discuss options and determine the most appropriate solar panel package for your home. Various factors will be considered such as your requirements, roof orientation and power use.
MW-Scale LGC Solar Projects
LGCs are produced on an on-going basis (once the system has been installed, is producing electricity, and has undergone the accreditation process). LGCs currently trade for around $80 MW hours, which means at the current value, a 200kW solar panel system would receive around $25,600 per year in government incentives.