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  • 6.6kW Solar Panels6.6kW Solar Panels

    FROM $3,990

    • 25kWh output per day
    • Single-phase solar system
    • For small to medium homes
    • 10yr Warranty Inverter
    • 5yr All System Warranty


    9-9kw-solar-panels9.9kW Solar Panels

    FROM $5,750

    • 42kWh output per day
    • For large homes
    • 10yr Inverter Warranty
    • 5yr All System Warranty


  • 10kW Battery Add On10kW Alpha Battery

    FROM $8,950

    • Alpha ESS 10kW Battery
    • For Medium to Large Home
    • 10yr Product Warranty
    • Best value battery
    • 5yr All System Warranty



If you are looking for the best solar deals in Brisbane on a range of panels and power systems from leading companies in the industry, then you can’t go beyond the specialist team at Solar Run. Our technicians and installers have a wealth of experience helping clients find the right solutions to both improve their savings on utility bills, and minimise their carbon footprint. With comprehensive services from initial installation right through to servicing, we strive to offer the best prices with our quotes to make it easier for residents and companies within Brisbane to take advantage of solar power.

Jamie’s first electricity bill since the installation of a solar power system was only $2.02

Jamie’s first electricity bill since installing solar was $2.02
Jamie is one of our customers who got Solar Panels with Solar Run and he was wrapped with the savings. What made Jamie really smile was his first solar bill in summer was a total of $2.02 for 3 months. He saved $656 in the first 6 months.

How did Jamie choose the right panel, the right brand?
Things to consider include inverters, poly panels, mono panels, bifacial panels, standard and half cell panels, reputations and warranties of different brands. Check out our FREE Solar e-Guide below to learn more.


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Speak to your local Queensland Solar Run Franchisee to find the suitable product for you.

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While there are countless types of solar panels on the Brisbane market, there are 3 distinct panel technologies to choose from:

  • Poly: lower output and efficiency, more affordable
  • Mono Perc: most used panel in Brisbane, strong output and efficiency
  • Bi-facial: uncommon in Brisbane, excellent output with high price tag

Once you’ve determined the type of panel you want, then you have a wide range of manufacturers to choose from. Each manufacturer has strengths and weaknesses. The larger, well known companies will generally offer more power and reliability as a trade-off for a higher cost. Our Brisbane franchises have over 10 different manufacturers to choose from. Some of our most popular brands are LG, REC, Longi, Risen, Eging, ET and JA Solar.

We highly recommend that you do your due diligence and compare reviews for each of the different manufacturers to find the right panels for your needs.

In addition to the type of panels and the manufacturer you choose, you will also need to decide on the power of the system you need. Our most popular solar power systems are the 6.6kW and the 10kW solar panels. We have provided starting prices, though this will change depending on the type of panels and the manufacturer. For more information contact us for a free quote.

6.6kW Solar Panels

If your energy use isn’t through the roof, then the 6.6kW solar panels might be the perfect fit for your roof. With an energy output of 28kWh (kilowatt-hour) per day, these panels are powerful enough for most small to medium sized homes. These panels have a starting price of $3,700, but don’t forget to check how rebates can help you.

10kW Solar Panels

For those Brisbane residents with high energy usage, you’re going to want to consider installing 10kW solar panels on your roof. These more powerful panels output 42kWh per day, which is more than sufficient for most large homes. While the extra power comes with a higher cost, the 10kW panel range starts at $4,990 and includes a 10-year performance warranty.

Rebates for solar panels come in two distinct forms, feed in tariffs and Small-scale Technology Certificates (STCs). While feed-in tariffs can save you money in the long term, STCs can be used to immediately enjoy a discount off the upfront cost of your newly-installed solar system.

The amount of STCs you receive for your panels will depend on the output potential of your system. There are a number of ways to cash in these certificates, however the simplest and fastest way to access your rebate is to allow your CEC accredited installer to sell them on your behalf. This method will make your rebate immediately available in the form of a discount on the upfront cost.

We highly recommend that you call us on 1300076527 if you need any help or advice on accessing rebates.

The Return on Investment (ROI) that you will see for your solar panels comes in several forms: payback of your system, massive electricity bill reductions and feed-in tariffs.

Payback Period

Before you begin to calculate your ROI for your system, you will first need to look at your payback period. This is the amount of time it takes for your system to pay for itself. Through the energy bill reduction and feed-in tariffs, your panels will eventually pay off your initial investment and begin to make your pure savings. The national average for this payback period is approximately 2-7 years. However, due to Brisbane’s high annual sunshine and perfect solar energy conditions, residents of Brisbane can expect their payback period to be within a few years (depending on your usage and system).

Massive Electricity Bill Reductions

Once you have completed the payback period of your solar system, the reduction in your energy bill will be a net profit for your home. These reductions will be based on the size and power of your system, the usage of your household and whether or not you have solar battery storage. Solar batteries can dramatically increase your electricity bill savings, but reduce your discounts from feed-in tariffs as you will store your energy instead of sending it to the grid.

Feed-In Tariffs

This form of rebate subsidises the electricity bill of homes that provide surplus energy back into the grid. Homes with a solar system that do not have a means of storing their energy (ie; solar battery storage) will direct the excess power back into the grid. Your energy provider will then discount a few cents off your energy bill for every kWh of electricity that you give back.

The short answer is that Brisbane solar panels have the potential to produce a massive amount of energy. Brisbane’s climate and annual sunshine rates are the perfect conditions for capturing and utilising the sun’s free renewable energy. Research from the Clean Energy Council (CEC) suggests that Queensland residents have some of the highest levels of solar energy on the planet. On average, Brisbane residents can expect their solar panels to produce approximately 4.1kWh of energy for every kW of capacity in their panels.

For a 6.6kW solar panel, this works out to be around 27kWh of energy per day. A 10kW panel on the other hand, will have the potential to output 41kWh every day.

These rates are based on the average production of panels in Brisbane conditions. However, there is the potential to increase the efficiency and output of your system by upgrading it with solar batteriesoptimisers and/or half cell panels.

If you live in Brisbane and don’t want to see the solar energy produced by your solar panels get wasted by being fed back into the grid, then you should be considering investing in a solar battery.

There is a wide range of solar batteries on the market, but before making a decision you should check out our reviews to determine the right fit for you. The Tesla Powerwall 2 is one of the leading batteries on the market. It is an all-in-one battery, with an inverter and an impressive 13.5kWh capacity. While it comes with a higher cost than most, you can expect industry-leading performance and massive savings in your energy bill to quickly pay off your initial investment.

Every solar panel is different, which is lucky, because every household’s energy usage habits and requirements are different. This is why it is important to understand your home energy consumption, so you can match the right system to your needs.

At Solar Run, we guide customers through 3 important areas to help you get the best balance of cost, output and efficiency for your budget.

  • How big is your roof?

The size of your roof will determine which type of panels you should use. For Brisbane homes with limited roof space, panels with high efficiency will be optimal to make the most of the small area. In these cases, Mono or Bi-Facial panels are the best choice to ensure you are able to produce enough energy to meet your household requirements.

Brisbane homes with plenty of roof space will have more choice when it comes to the right panels for them. If price is your main focus, then Poly panels can be a cost effective means of accessing solar electricity. Poly panels are cheaper but less powerful and efficient. Therefore it can be more cost effective to fit more Poly Panels onto your roof if you have the space to spare.

  • How much energy do you use?

Knowing the energy usage habits for your household is an essential part of selecting the right solar panels for you. We highly recommend looking at your household energy usage over the last several years to get an accurate understanding of your needs.

Poly Panels are a great choice for homes with low energy usage and price as your top priority. If power and efficiency is your top priority, then you definitely should consider either the Mono or Bi-Facial panels, which offer the best energy output and panel efficiency.

  • Do you have shade? | Half Cells & Optimisers

Shade is the bane of any solar panel owner. What could be more frustrating than watching your beautiful new solar device get blocked from the sun? Luckily, there are options available for those with partial-shading issues on their roofs.

One of the big problems with shade is that it doesn’t just affect the part of the panel in shade, but actually impacts the whole system. This problem is solved with ‘Half Cell Panels’. These are regular panels that have their system divided in two, so that shading on one half does not impede on the output of the other. While these half cell panels are more expensive than standard panels, they are more efficient, durable and powerful than standard panels.

The other option for Brisbane residents concerned about shade is to add an ‘Optimiser’ to your system. Optimisers monitor the output of each cell in your system and adjusts the configuration to maximise output and efficiency.

  • Cash-in while the Sun’s out!

Summer is the best time to have solar panels. Not only is the sun out longer and stronger than ever, it’s also when electricity bills are at their height. Getting your solar panel system installed in time for summer is the best way to maximise your investment and reduce your holiday bills.


As the January 1, 2020 deadline for the maximum rebate draws closer, now is the time to get discounted solar systems. Solar power is an inevitability, so waiting until the rebate ends is only hurting your own pocket. Allow the Federal Government to subsidise your installation so you can start enjoying sustainable, renewable energy.

  • Payoff Period

The payoff period marks the time you have to wait until you are making a profit from your investment. The sooner you initiate this period, the sooner you can be out of it and enjoying the benefits of free electricity.

Understanding Clean Energy Council (CEC) accreditation is important for anyone considering solar power system installation in their home. CEC accredited installers are those which are certified by the CEC to meet Australian standards and best industry practices. Using a CEC accredited installer enables access to STC’s, a financial incentive offered as an upfront discount when you purchase your solar system. All Solar Run franchisees use CEC accredited installers.

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Need some more information before making your decisions on solar systems? Would you like some personalised quotes on the prices we have available for our products and installation services?

Contact your local Brisbane Solar Run installers to discover the best solar deals by calling 1300 076 527, or leaving your details on our online enquiry form.




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