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JA Solar Premium Grade 380:Watt Panel - TYPE Jam72s01-380 /Pr (Sold Per Pallet of 27 Panels )

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616 Torrens Road, Woodville North, South Australia, Australia
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Lot Information

Lot Description

  • JA Solar Premium Grade 380Watt Panel Crystalline Silicon Photovoltaic Modules
  • Brand New Premium Grade Solar Panel
  • CEC Approved Model Eligible for STC Credits
  • Sold by The Pallet -qty.of 27 in a pallet box
  • 380 Watt Solar Panel
  • High Performance Specification
  • Tier 1 Quality brand
  • Latest PERC technology
  • Efficiency over 19%
  • JA Solar brand as used in major solar farms
  • Model TYPE Jam72s01-380/PR
  • Panel dimensions: (H/W/D): 1960X991X40 mm
  • Peak Power (Pmax) 380W
  • Pallets can be delivered to Metro Adelaide and most Regional Areas starting from $295 per pallet

REBATE ON THESE SOLAR PANELS - GET THEM FOR FREE*

 

*The cost of these CEC approved JA Solar Solar Panels presented online here may be rebated if installed by a CEC Certified installer, on an eligible installation - this means most new or replacement installations see below or click on the link -:

 

https://www.cleanenergyregulator.gov.au/RET/Scheme-participants-and-industry/Agents-and-installers/Small-scale-systems-eligible-for-certificates#Eligibility-scenarios

Eligibility scenarios

The scenario examples below will help you to determine your system’s eligibility for small-scale technology certificates. These scenarios cover the most common types of solar PV installations.

Original system installed

Eligible-The system must have a rating of no more than 100 kW. Panels and inverter must be on the Clean Energy Council approved products list at the time of installation. All components (including electrical elements and fixtures) must meet the current relevant standards.

Additional capacity/upgrade

Eligible-The system must have a rating of no more than 100 kW. The new panels and existing inverter must be on the Clean Energy Council approved products list, and the inverter must have sufficient capacity. All components (including electrical elements and fixtures) must meet the current relevant standards.

Systems that have capacity increased to more than 100 kW may be eligible to apply for accreditation as a power station and create Large-scale Generation Certificates for electricity generated by the added capacity. Read more about expanding above 100 kW.

Additional, separate system

Eligible-The system must have a rating of no more than 100 kW. The new panels and inverter must be on the Clean Energy Council approved products list. All components (including electrical elements and fixtures) must meet the current relevant standards.

Original system replaced

Eligible-The system must have a rating of no more than 100 kW. All system components (i.e. panels and inverter) must be new (no previous claims), recorded on the Clean Energy Council approved products list at the time of installation and meet the current relevant standards (including electrical elements and fixtures).

One, some or all panels replaced

Not eligible-This scenario is ineligible because at least one major component (i.e. panel or inverter) has been used to previously claim small-scale technology certificates in the entitlement period. Applications involving one, some or all panels being replaced will still be considered for small-scale technology certificates for installations up to 31 January 2018, subject to all other requirements being satisfied.

Other requirements 

To be eligible for small-scale technology certificates, all systems must be installed by Clean Energy Council accredited installers, and meet relevant Australian Standards, which include: AS/NZS 3000, AS 4777, AS/NZS 5033, AS/NZS 1768, AS/NZS 4509.1, AS/NZS 1170.2, AS 4086.2,

 

 

 

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REBATE ON THESE SOLAR PANELS - GET THEM FOR FREE*

 

*The cost of these CEC approved JA Solar Solar Panels presented online here may be rebated if installed by a CEC Certified installer, on an eligible installation - this means most new or replacement installations see below or click on the link -:

 

https://www.cleanenergyregulator.gov.au/RET/Scheme-participants-and-industry/Agents-and-installers/Small-scale-systems-eligible-for-certificates#Eligibility-scenarios

Eligibility scenarios

The scenario examples below will help you to determine your system’s eligibility for small-scale technology certificates. These scenarios cover the most common types of solar PV installations.

Original system installed

Eligible-The system must have a rating of no more than 100 kW. Panels and inverter must be on the Clean Energy Council approved products list at the time of installation. All components (including electrical elements and fixtures) must meet the current relevant standards.

Additional capacity/upgrade

Eligible-The system must have a rating of no more than 100 kW. The new panels and existing inverter must be on the Clean Energy Council approved products list, and the inverter must have sufficient capacity. All components (including electrical elements and fixtures) must meet the current relevant standards.

Systems that have capacity increased to more than 100 kW may be eligible to apply for accreditation as a power station and create Large-scale Generation Certificates for electricity generated by the added capacity. Read more about expanding above 100 kW.

Additional, separate system

Eligible-The system must have a rating of no more than 100 kW. The new panels and inverter must be on the Clean Energy Council approved products list. All components (including electrical elements and fixtures) must meet the current relevant standards.

Original system replaced

Eligible-The system must have a rating of no more than 100 kW. All system components (i.e. panels and inverter) must be new (no previous claims), recorded on the Clean Energy Council approved products list at the time of installation and meet the current relevant standards (including electrical elements and fixtures).

One, some or all panels replaced

Not eligible-This scenario is ineligible because at least one major component (i.e. panel or inverter) has been used to previously claim small-scale technology certificates in the entitlement period. Applications involving one, some or all panels being replaced will still be considered for small-scale technology certificates for installations up to 31 January 2018, subject to all other requirements being satisfied.

Other requirements 

To be eligible for small-scale technology certificates, all systems must be installed by Clean Energy Council accredited installers, and meet relevant Australian Standards, which include: AS/NZS 3000, AS 4777, AS/NZS 5033, AS/NZS 1768, AS/NZS 4509.1, AS/NZS 1170.2, AS 4086.2,

 

 

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Item Code 102405+2
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