Kelvinator Solar Hot WaterNCP - your local agent for Eurobodalla Shire - Batemans Bay - Moruya


Did you know heating your hot water accounts for around 33% of your electricity costs.

Did you know you can expect savings of between 50 - 95% from your Kelvinator Solar Hot Water System depending on your climate conditions.

Did you know that every install is eligible for up to $1450 in Government Incentives?

Did you know we will do all the paperwork and claim this money up front for you?

Did you know we will beat any legitimate quote on comparative Solar Hot Water Systems by $400 to $500.

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System Size Evacuated Tube Flat Plate Heat Pump  

 270 litre




 340 litre





 450 litre





Prices above are GST inclusive and after STC rebate - for system only

Prices current as at 12/12/12 - STC Rebates fluctuate up and down on a weekly basis

Huge Savings on Installation

Apart from the huge savings above, with Kelvinator Solar Systems you will also save on the installation.

Kelvinators patented design with the evacuated tubes already mounted on the manifold easily shave 2 hours off the install time - Saving you more dollars.

We recently had a Kelvinator 270 ltr heat pump installed by Brendan and his team. We had previously been told by other operators that the heat pumps were noisy. We have not had any issues with noise(it is situated near our bedroom window) and the hot water is better than our previous electric one. We have also noticed a huge drop in our electricity account – which has been fantastic. We found Brendan and the team to be a pleasure to do business with. They cleaned up after themselves also.

Reg & Kel G. from Denhams Beach posted December 11, 2012

The smart choice

With either Kelvinator Solar flat panels or evacuated tubes, you can expect energy savings of 50-95%**, depending on your local climate.

Both are roof-mounted and can be coupled with gas or electric-boosted ground-mounted tanks, for hot water even on the cloudiest days.

When choosing the right system for you, consider:

  • Your local climate
  • The likelihood of frost
  • The orientation of your roof towards the sun
  • Local authority requirements

** In accordance with ORER registration data


There are attractive rebates available for switching to solar hot water

Let us take the hassle out of claiming the rebates later, we can do all the paperwork and reduce the cost of the system immediately.

Depending on the size and type of system you could save up to $1450 +

How do solar collectors work?

Water circulates through copper channels heated by the sun, then returned to the storage tank. This continues while there's enough solar energy available, or until the tank is full of hot water. If the weather conditions aren't ideal, the electric or gas boosters kick in.

Flat panels or evacuated tubes – which is right for you?

Solar evacuated tubes are more efficient. Being frost-resistant, they have less heat loss and can handle temperatures to -15°C. They're recommended for all areas including frost-prone, alpine, or where the ideal orientation isn't possible.

Solar flat panels have increased energy efficiency thanks to the TiNOX coated surface, heating water at a rapid rate. However, they're not recommended for frost-prone areas.