Why Choose LIV Energy?

We are Solar System and Battery Installation Experts

Highly dedicated, qualified and accredited professionals.

Solar and Battery Experts

At LIV Energy, we take immense pride in our experienced teams who excel in designing and installing high-quality Solar Systems, Batteries, and Electric Vehicle Chargers for both residential and commercial settings.

Our experience in the solar industry has given us the expertise to handle diverse projects, tailoring our solutions to meet the unique energy needs of each client.

Experienced, Qualified and Accredited Team

Our dedicated professionals, including qualified, accredited, and licensed electricians, work alongside our in-house team of designers and engineers. These experts hold Clean Energy Council (CEC) accreditation and have obtained degrees in 'Renewable Energy Engineering' from the University of NSW, ensuring that our clients receive cutting-edge and industry-leading solutions

Client Satisfaction and Consultation

At LIV Energy, our primary focus is on client satisfaction and providing safe work installations. We understand that investing in solar energy solutions is a significant decision for our customers, and we strive to exceed your expectations at every step.

We are dedicated to delivering reliable and efficient solar solutions that allow you to connect to renewable energy and an affordable, sustainable future.

Frequently Asked Questions



  1. PV Solar Panels -The sun shines on the solar panels, supplying DC power. 
  2. Inverter- This DC electricity is fed into the inverter, changing the solar DC into AC electricity, which is suitable for your home and feeding into the grid.
  3. Switchboard – Your home then uses the AC electricity from the solar panels. Additional demand is supplied from the grid.
  4. Meter – A smart meter measures your electricity production and consumption.
  5. The Grid – Any surplus electricity from the solar panels is fed back to the electricity network or retained in a solar battery system.

How does Solar work?

When your household uses less power than your solar panels generate, the excess power is fed into the electricity grid. It’s recorded by your solar inverter and sent to the utility supplier, who then pays you for the feed-in tariff.

Your panels should be checked (and cleaned if necessary) at least once a year. This can  prevent poor energy absorption due dirt build up or bird debris.

Small Scale Technology Certificate. STCs are government incentives and depend on the size of your system and the location of installation.  

Solar panels will work to a lesser degree on cloudy days, although the amount of energy generated will depend on the amount of sunshine.

There are many benefits to having solar. Utility costs are on the increase and using solar, especially during the day, can dramatically lower electricity bills.

 Yes they do!  You can access your solar whenever you need it.  You will be less likely to buy expensive power from the grid. You’ll have continuous power. You’ll be going even more green.