Big Savings On Solar For Johnson & Johnson Staff
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Energy Matters, the retail division of Apollo Energy which together with Sanyo installed Australia’s largest commercially-funded solar panel installation at Johnson & Johnson Medical’s HQ in North Ryde, is extending a special deal to the company’s employees to save money as part of the Johnson & Johnson solar project.

Johnson & Johnson employees are being encouraged to offset their electricity bills and reduce their carbon emissions by more than 3.5 tonnes per year, by investing in a system that will cost $7,499 and save them more than $1,500 per year in energy bills. 
Employees who take up the offer can recover their system costs in five years, and continue to benefit from lower electricity costs, as well as contributing to the environment. 
The offer comprises 9 x 210W Sanyo panels and a Fronius IG20 inverter as well as installation costs. The RRP for such a system is $9750, but staff, whose homes do not have flat roofs and are located within Sydney, can benefit from the reduced price deal until December 2010.