“Energy is not just a resource; it is the breath of the Universe”

Source New Zealand Ministry of the Environment

Despite New Zealand’s natural abundance in sun, wind and water; fossil fuels and natural gases account for over 60% of New Zealand’s energy use. (Source: Energy In New Zealand 19, Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment)

Solar power is a 100% clean, renewable energy source.  It reduces reliance on oil, coal and natural gas for our electricity and driving needs.   These fossil fuels produce harmful emissions that affect the quality of air, water and soil, and are responsible for climate change.  In contrast, solar energy produces no pollution.  The sun’s abundant power offers an unlimited source of energy that does not strip the landscape or harm the ozone layer.  Solar energy systems represent an investment in the future of the planet, conserving non-renewable energy sources and protecting the environment.

Generation after generation, consumption of energy and “things”, has increased; using finite resources in the pursuit of happiness. Here at AA Solar, we passionately believe Kiwi’s can enjoy, comfort, safety, and happiness, powered by renewable, inexhaustible free energy from the sun.

Did you know…
that just 20 days of earth’s sunshine is enough energy to replace all of earth’s stored reserves of coal, oil and natural gases?

Now that the price and performance of solar PV, batteries and electric vehicles have got so competitive, there has never been a better time for Kiwis to do their part in reducing air pollution and greenhouse gases.

Isn’t it time we showed our kids and our grand kids that we care about our planet? That we too are working towards a brighter tomorrow.

Embrace Tiaki 

Tiaki means to care for people and place.  New Zealand is precious, and everyone who lives and travels here has a responsibility to look after it.  The Tiaki Promise is a commitment to care for New Zealand, for now and for future generations.

By following the Tiaki Promise you are making a Commitment to New Zealand.  To act as a guardian, protecting and preserving our home.