Standard 5.00kW Solar System

A Solar Package Solution, designed to allow your home to reap the benefits of Power from the Sun in the most Cost effective way.

Green Energy Newcastle Solar Power’s 5.00kW Solar System consists of 20 x 250W Solar Modules and a 5.25kW Inverter. Your expected savings are up to $2053 each year on your electricity bill. Installation is carried out quickly and at a time convenient for you, and backed by our unbeatable Warranty.

Trina is the largest vertically integrated manufacturer of premium solar panels in the world. Designed to consistently produce a high yield over a long lifespan, these modules are engineered to continue high performance even in low light conditions. Trina Honey modules raise the bar of excellence in solar PV.

As the undisputed (German made and owned) global leader in inverter technology, SMA is synonymous with quality, and is renowned for dependability, longevity and high efficiencies.

  • Generates about 8,113kW of renewable electricity per year.
  • Clean, green renewable energy.
  • Sound financial investment.
  • Reduce carbon footprint.
  • Up to 40-year life span.
  • Room for expansion.
  • Low maintenance.

Solar Panel/Module Specs – Yingli Solar (YL250P-29b)

Inverter Specifications – SMA (Sunny Boy 5000TL)


Panels come with a 25 year output warranty

Panels replaced if performance drops below 90% production within first 10 years, or below 80% after the first 10 years, within the next 15 years.

Panel Warranty Sheet (Yingli Solar)

Inverter comes with a 5 year warranty

Inverter Warranty Sheet (SMA)

* Metering is not included.
^ After 10% deposit over 30 months. Repayment’s are based on the RRP (recommended retail price) of the system. Fee’s and charges apply.
~ Calculations are based on 10w LED lights, LG Infinia 47LE8500 47-inch LED-LCD TV, Lenovo ThinkPad X300 and a Westinghouse WHE5000SA Refridgerator all being operated 12 hours per day, on net metering, consuming what is produced. Savings on Electricity Bill is calculated on a net metering system, consuming all power as it is generated, and the Peak energy rate for consumption being 25c/kWh.