Unlocking your home's potential, for a greener, smarter future
McDonald Jones now partners with leading solar provider, SolarPay by EnergyBuild, to help work towards a greener future for everyday Australians in the new homes we build.
As the largest residential home builder in New South Wales and ACT, we want to ensure we are leading the way to make our homes smarter, more sustainable and future-ready for generations to come with solar panels on your new roof, PLUS an Electric Vehicle (EV) Charger in every McDonald Jones garage.
And the best bit, it all pays for itself*.
We're excited to build today, the home you'll need tomorrow.
How SolarPay works:
- Installation of your home solar panels takes place during the construction of your home to put the roof to work
- You can access power from your solar system instead of buying it from the grid once you move in
- Every day the sun shines, you're a day closer to owning it outright
- It's yours to keep in just 60 months (or sooner if you like)
What do you get with SolarPay
For all new homes quoted, during your build, EnergyBuild will install:
- 6.6kW Solar Panel System with Tier 1 Jinko Panels and 5kw SolaX Inverter
- Free Electric Vehicle (EV) car charger in your new garage
- Solar Inverter installed during construction for a nice clean look
- Smart Energy App to track your usage and solar power on your phone
SolarPay upgrade options
You can also choose to upgrade any SolarPay options at our MyChoice Design Studio to suit your lifestyle needs, such as:
- Adding even more solar panels to your roof for larger families
- Adding a Solax battery to your home
- Upgrading your EV Car Charger for higher use
Own your solar panels outright
You can also choose to own the solar panels from your roof outright if you'd like, or a year or two later, or just forget they are up there and they are yours to keep in just 60months. EnergyBuild also include a 10year warranty on all solar components.
Get rooftop solar for your new home
Terms and Conditions
*EnergyBuild SolarPay Solar Panels and Electric Vehicle Car Charger is applicable to all new requested tenders from 1 July 2021.
McDonald Jones agrees to provide an upgraded metering smartbox to facilitate the integrated Stoddart SolaX inverter installed during construction.
EnergyBuild (supplier) to install 6.6kW Solar System with Tier 1 Jinko Panels and 5kW SolaX Inverter should you choose to enter a contract to allow the supplier to install the SolarPay solar system on your roof during construction. The supplier will own the solar output for the first 60 months and you will have the option to buy the solar electricity produced at a discounted rate during this period.
After 60 months, you will own the solar system outright with the output and have access to all the benefits of solar energy for your own use and to sell back to the grid. You also have the option to purchase the system outright at any time.
To access the discounted solar electricity, you must have an account with Origin Energy, who will offer a discount off its standard rates for all solar electricity used for the first 60 months. The customer is free to change electricity suppliers at any time.
An Electric Vehicle (EV) Charger will be installed in your garage during construction by EnergyBuild.
This offer only applies to new homes built by McDonald Jones in NSW and ACT on any applicable design that can accommodate the basic array of panels. Speak to your Building and Design Consultant to find out more.
Small-scale Technology Certificates (STCs): By accepting this solar offer, the customer directs McDonald Jones to assign the right to create STCs on the customers behalf to the supplier to claim for a period of up to 9 years deeming, commencing the date of installation.
To complete this assignment, McDonald Jones will sign an STC Assignment Form on completion of the system install on your behalf that acknowledges the following: 1) There is no obligation to assign the STCs to the supplier. 2) The STC payment is to be repaid to the supplier should the assignment be invalid. 3) An agent of the Clean Energy Regulator or the supplier may wish to inspect the system within the first five years of certificate redemption. 4) Receipts and proof of installation date must be retained for the life of the STCs. 5) Penalties can be applied for providing misleading information under the Renewable Energy (Electricity) Act 2000.
For more information on SolarPay visit solarpay.com or call 1300 983 668