Solahart Newcastle & Port Stephens

Anthony Roberts

50 Yangan Drive, Beresfield NSW 2322

Solahart Newcastle is a multi-award winning Solahart dealer servicing the areas of Newcastle, Port Stephens, Lake Macquarie and Hunter Valley. Commencing as the Solahart dealer in 2009 Anthony Roberts and his team of eleven staff have installed thousands of solar hot water systems throughout the area on both new and existing homes. We are a friendly, energetic, professional team who believe in providing a first class service experience to all of our customers. Over the last few years they have also installed solar power systems on both domestic, commercial and small industrial properties helping home and business owners reduce their power bills.

We strongly believe in providing our customers with not only a market leading product but also the best quality installation and service available, which is why all of our staff hold all relevant certificates and qualifications. Moving to a larger premises in the middle of 2016, Anthony and the team are well resourced to take care of the communities growing need for energy saving devices.

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Solahart Solar Hot Water Systems

31 July, 2017

With Australia's abundant sunshine it makes great sense to get your hot water FREE from the sun. With a Solahart solar water heater you can enjoy big savings on your energy use and reduce your greenhouse gas emissions. Solahart's solar hot water systems use a range of technologies to provide efficient and cost effective solar water heating solutions for all Australian climates.

Solahart's roof mounted tank systems save space at ground level and their elegant simplicity make them efficient and reliable. All Solahart solar hot water systems, where the tank is roof-mounted, use the Thermosiphon principle to collect heat from the sun and transfer it to your hot water.


Solahart Solar Power Systems

31 July, 2017


Solar PV systems generate electricity from sunlight. The solar panels are made up of many photovoltaic (PV) cells which collect the light from the sun and convert this into DC current. This is fed through an inverter and converted to 240V AC to power your home. The amount of electricity you can produce depends on the number of panels and their efficiency, the size of the inverter, the orientation of your roof and the amount of sunlight in your location.

Your home remains connected to the power grid so that when you generate more electricity than you need, you can feed it back into the grid. Alternatively, you can purchase more electricity from the grid when the sun’s not shining or when your system is not producing enough to meet your requirements.