Solar Power Profile - Aarons Pass, NSW 2850
More than 3221 homes in postcode 2850 have solar panels installed, which includes the towns of Aarons Pass, Gulgamree, Long Creek, Millsville, Murragamba, Apple Tree Flat, Avisford, Bara, Barigan, Ben Buckley, Bocoble, Bombira, Botobolar, Buckaroo, Budgee Budgee, Burrundulla, Caerleon, Canadian Lead, Carcalgong, Collingwood, Cooks Gap, Cooyal, Cross Roads, Cudgegong, Cullenbone, Cumbo, Erudgere, Eurunderee, Frog Rock, Galambine, Glen Ayr, Grattai, Green Gully, Hargraves, Havilah, Hayes Gap, Hill End, Home Rule, Ilford, Kains Flat, Linburn, Lue, Maitland Bar, Menah, Meroo, Milroy, Mogo, Monivae, Moolarben, Mount Frome, Mount Knowles, Mudgee, Mullamuddy, Munghorn, Piambong, Putta Bucca, Pyramul, Queens Pinch, Riverlea, Running Stream, Sallys Flat, Spring Flat, St Fillans, Stony Creek, Tambaroora, Tichular, Totnes Valley, Triamble, Turill, Twelve Mile, Ulan, Ullamalla, Wilbetree, Wilpinjong, Windeyer, Wollar, Worlds End, Yarrabin and Yarrawonga.
In terms of solar power, collectively that's a whopping 21,121 kW of solar panels installed that are generating on average 88,531 kWh per day, or 32,314 MWh per year. This means the average solar-powered home in this area is saving $1,724.625 per year, which combined saves this community approximately $5,654,917.625 per year.
Aarons Pass and 2850 are also doing their bit for the planet too because this amount of solar power has reduced the yearly carbon footprint for the area by 23,589.22 tonnes. To put this into perspective, that's the equivalent amount of yearly carbon dioxide captured and sequestered by 324,114 trees, or it's equivalent to 196,576,833 km worth of car emissions.
Solar Power in Aarons Pass
* Data from The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM). Closest weather station to Aarons Pass: Ilford (warrangunyah) - approx. 9.8 km
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Aarons Pass Demographics
Aarons Pass and the postcode of 2850 has a total population of 17591 people, with a median age of 40 years. There are 8378 households in Aarons Pass, with an average of 0.8 people per bedroom. The average number of people per household is 2.5 with a median income of 1671 per week per household.
About 59% of homes in the area are homeowners who either own their home outright or have a mortgage. The median mortage repayment in Aarons Pass is $1733/month. By installing solar power in Aarons Pass, the average household could save 8.29% of their monthly mortage, resulting in approximately a $71266 saving over the lifetime of their loan, assuming they put the electricity savings toward their home loan, a $500,000 loan, with a 4% interest rate over 30 years. Electricy cost savings from an average solar system is approximately 1.98% of household income. Clearly, installing solar power in Aarons Pass is a sensible thing to do financially and for the planet.* Based on Australian Bureau of Statistics 2021 Data
About Aarons Pass
Aarons Pass is a small town located in the Central Tablelands region of New South Wales, Australia. The town is situated in a picturesque location surrounded by rolling hills and mountains, making it an ideal spot for nature lovers and hikers. The town is also home to several historic sites, including the Aarons Pass Railway Station, which was built in the late 1800s.
With an average of 7.5 hours of sunshine per day, Aarons Pass is a great location for solar power. The town receives plenty of sunlight throughout the year, making it an ideal spot for solar panel installations. Solar power is a clean, renewable energy source that can help reduce carbon emissions and lower energy costs. By installing solar panels in Aarons Pass, residents and businesses can take advantage of the town's abundant sunshine and reduce their reliance on fossil fuels.
There are several solar installers operating in the Central Tablelands region, including in Aarons Pass. These companies can help residents and businesses design and install solar panel systems that are optimised for the local climate and conditions. By working with a local solar installer, property owners can ensure that their solar panels are installed at the optimal angle and orientation to maximise solar yields and minimise shading issues.