Solar Power Profile - Aberdeen, NSW 2336
More than 426 homes in postcode 2336 have solar panels installed, which includes the towns of Aberdeen, Dartbrook, Davis Creek, Rossgole, Rouchel, Rouchel Brook, Upper Dartbrook and Upper Rouchel.
In terms of solar power, collectively that's a whopping 2,859 kW of solar panels installed that are generating on average 12,054 kWh per day, or 4,400 MWh per year. This means the average solar-powered home in this area is saving $1,788.5 per year, which combined saves this community approximately $769,949.25 per year.
Aberdeen and 2336 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 3,212 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 26,766,667 km worth of car emissions.
Solar Power in Aberdeen
* Data from The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM). Closest weather station to Aberdeen: Aberdeen (main Rd) - approx. 1.7 km
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Community Solar Statistics - Aberdeen, 2336
Aberdeen and the postcode of 2336 has a total population of 2416 people, with a median age of 42 years. There are 1136 households in Aberdeen, with an average of 0.7 people per bedroom. The average number of people per household is 2.4 with a median income of 1505 per week per household.
About 64% of homes in the area are homeowners who either own their home outright or have a mortgage. The median mortage repayment in Aberdeen is $1602/month. By installing solar power in Aberdeen, the average household could save 9.3% of their monthly mortage, resulting in approximately a $79949 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 2.29% of household income. Clearly, installing solar power in Aberdeen is a sensible thing to do financially and for the planet.* Based on Australian Bureau of Statistics 2021 Data
Located in the Upper Hunter region of New South Wales, Aberdeen is a charming town with a population of just over 2,000 people. The town is situated on the banks of the Hunter River and is surrounded by picturesque countryside, including the Mount Royal Range and the Liverpool Range. Aberdeen is known for its historic buildings, including the Aberdeen Post Office and St. Joseph's Catholic Church, which are both listed on the New South Wales State Heritage Register.
With an average of over 7 hours of sunshine per day, Aberdeen is an ideal location for solar power. The town's latitude of 32.15°S and longitude of 150.88°E means that solar panels should be installed facing north at an angle of around 30° to maximise solar yields. While there are some potential shading issues from nearby trees and buildings, a reputable solar installer can help to design a system that minimises these issues.
Investing in solar power in Aberdeen has a range of benefits, including reducing your reliance on the grid and lowering your electricity bills. Solar power is also a clean and renewable energy source, which helps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and combat climate change. By choosing a local solar installer, you can support the local economy and ensure that your system is installed to the highest standards.