Should you borrow money for a solar installation?

With $8,000 to invest….

…if I put it in the bank for a year it would earn $120 (1.5%)

…if I put it into superannuation for a year it would earn $640 (8%)

…if I invested in a 5kW solar system at my home, my $8,000 would earn and offset my electricity bill by a massive $1,378 (17%) per year!

I know where I would spend my money !

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Market Street Finance

Snowy Regional Solar works with a proven financial service in the “Solar Finance” space.

Jonathon Kline-Spink from Market Street Finance can develop a specific package for your needs.


Consumer Finance – for homes/personal use

  • Loan amount: $2,000 - $45,000
  • Loan Term: 3 – 7 years
  • Competitive interest rates


Commercial Finance – for business use

  • Loan amount: $2,000 - $500,000 (can go higher subject to credit)
  • Loan Term: 3 – 9 years
  • Competitive interest rates


Approval takes approx. 3 business days.

If the above facilities are not suitable for the you then Jonathon can look at other options for funding eg. increasing their current home loan, or lending against other assets.


Values you can count on

Reliability, innovation, choice & efficiency are your expectation when interacting with Snowy Regional Solar. These values are the cornerstone of our business servicing the Snowy Monaro region.

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Industry leading partners

Snowy Regional Solar is aligned with the industry elite ensuring only premium quality modules, inverters and components are installed on your home resulting in long term reliability.

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Accredited Design & Install

Solar PV accreditation gives consultants, designers & installers access to continuous professional development and technical support to ensure the highest quality solar PV installations for your home.

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The Beginners Guide to Solar

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