Solar my Home/Business

Our Partners:

Solar can pay back your investment in as little as three years and provide you with free renewable energy for many more.

There are many options open to you to have solar installed. We’ve chosen to provide you flexibility of choice, by promoting local Peninsula installers that have been recommended multiple times by our community for their quality and service.

For each local installer below we’ve outlined their location, the services they offer and a case study story so you can learn a bit about them. If you are interested in seeking a no obligation quote or having a discussion about your needs, click the referral button below, complete the details and your request will go direct to the installer who will be in touch to discuss your home/business needs.

Remember to please keep sharing stories and pictures of your shiny new solar installations as they go in, so we can encourage others to participate in reducing their emissions too!

There are many benefits to working with a local installer:

They have a good understanding of local rules and regulations.
They can easily factor in a site visit so your needs are truly met and ongoing support can be provided.

By supporting local businesses to thrive, we’re helping to create more prosperous communities.

All of our listed local installers have agreed to Repower’s ‘local community pledge’:

For every kW of solar installed by one of our solar partners through a Repower referral $50 will be donated to Repower’s Community Solar Trust Fund. These funds will then be aggregated and used to purchase and install solar systems for local community not-for-profit organisations on the Peninsula! (See further details).

Dunton Group Solar and Electrical, Dromana

Mornington Peninsula’s Solar Specialists. Dunton can retro-fit a high quality solar solution to an existing house, commercial building or rural building. Dunton Group Electrical Services can work with your architect or builder to design and supply a solar system into your new construction or renovation.

Residential solar, Commercial solar, Solar batteries, Heat Pumps (HWS) and Electric vehicle charging.

Case Study: Uncommon Folk Farm, Main Ridge 
We’ve taken a major step to The Farm being 100% powered by renewable energy with the first set of 20 solar panels installed on our operations shed at 580 Main Creek Road. 

This first install will reduce our carbon emissions by 26 tonnes annually, and deliver an expected payback in four years. It will generate just under 25,000 kWH annually to power some of the key operations at The Farm. When we complete all of our solar panel installations, our carbon emissions will be reduced by 177 tonnes annually – the equivalent of taking 34 cars off the road for a year.

A powerful shout out to the great people at Mornington Peninsula Shire and the Dunton Group for making this happen. Thank you to The Shire for putting their words into actions through initiatives such as the Climate Action Grant which helped make this install possible. And the Dunton Group for their expertise, professionalism and support in setting us up for our solar panel journey. We’d recommend their service to anyone! 

Want a Sparky, Mornington

Want A Sparky has four dedicated pillars of business. Each pillar has its own dedicated technical project manager, administration manager and a team of technicians.

Heat Pumps (HWS) and Electric vehicle charging – residential and commercial

Case Study: Coming soon

Repower’s Solar Installer ‘local community pledge’
For every kW of solar installed by one of our solar partners from Repower referrals $50 will be donated to Repower’s Community Solar Trust Fund. These funds will then be aggregated and used to purchase and install solar systems for local community organisations/not-for-profits on the Peninsula!

Determining suitable community organisations:
As funds aggregate and allow, the Repower MP Core Team will request each Postcode Satellite Group in turn to recommend a local community organisation through a vote of their associate members, where the majority vote will determine the not-for-profit for a free solar install. The more Repower referrals to our solar partners the more impact we’ll be able to have in supporting local community organisations!

Community organisation installation process:

  1. The solar installer will be selected in turn alphabetically from the Repower solar partner group. Each partner will complete the install for one not-for-profit, and then we’ll rotate to the next installer for the following one, and so on.
  2. The solar installer will be asked to quote for the labour cost of the install.
  3. We will ask the installers to agree to a standard range of products so every not-for-profit receives a similar quality solar system.
  4. AWM will be chosen as the procurement source for the physical system materials.Repower will place the order for the system materials with AWM and pay them direct.
  5. The installer will pick up the materials and complete the install.
  6. Repower will pay the installer the agreed quote for their labour charge.
  7. We all celebrate and promote the new solar system for the community to enjoy!