Call us now: 1300762807


RURAL GREEN ENERGY


FOR YOU
Energy from the sun is both free and a great way to reduce your dependence on utility power. So how do solar power systems work? What are the varying types and how can they boost your energy needs?

Click Here






WELCOME TO RURAL GREEN ENERGY

At Rural Green Energy, We aim to provide the most economically viable energy solutions, individually tailored to meet the needs and budgets of our customers. We pride ourselves on our service and take the time to listen to the needs of our clients at all stages of the project. We also foster strong relationships with a range of suppliers and act as distributors for other products to gain access to the best quality equipment and services.
Rural Green Energy Inc. manufactures and distributes a comprehensive line of renewable energy systems and products for commercial, industrial, architectural and institutional applications. We provide expert advice and only install the highest quality, industry-proven equipment from reputable global manufacturers. When you deal with us, you deal with the business owners, from the design and quotation of your project through to the final commissioning of the system. We aim to find the most cost-effective and efficient systems for our clients and do this in a friendly, service-orientated way. Our philosophy is to ascertain our clients’ energy needs, then do the job right first time. Customer satisfaction is guaranteed!



Rural Green Energy Installation




How Solar Power Systems Work



View more videos :

> How To Maximize Solar Panel Array Output
> Yingli Solar - Powering Australian Businesses
> How to choose the right Solar System?
> Save Money, Save Solar, Vote Solar



Solar Power Systems


On Grid

The principles of solar power remain the same whether it is a domestic, commercial or industrial

more

OFF GRID

As the name implies, 'off-grid' systems are not connected to the public utility grid are often also referred

more

Battery Storage

Due to the reduced feed-in-tariff that is now legislated by our State Government (8c/kWh) for grid-connected solar systems,

more