Western Australia Solar Installation Areas

Solar Installation Areas

Northwest Solar Power can install, repair and maintain any solar system across all of northern Western Australia. From small residential solar systems in towns like Carnarvon to large industrial solar systems in Kununurra. We also travel to remote areas such as Newman or Halls Creek, and have a lot of experience installing systems on all types of farms. We are happy to come out bush and spin a yarn and love to hear of the old ways, and our customers are happy to learn of new innovations that can help with their comfort of living. 

Perfect Areas for Solar Panels

Northern Western Australia is one of the best places in the world for sunshine, and of course solar power systems. With most areas receiving at least an average of 9 hours of sunshine a day, your new solar panels have the potential to collect a huge amount of energy. Below are some statistics for some of the larger towns in northern Western Australia for daily global solar exposure, and the number of clear and cloudy days, based on data from the Bureau of Meteorology.

Carnarvon Solar Power Statistics

The average amount of daily global solar exposure in Carnarvon is 6.1kWh per square metre. The average number of clear days in Carnarvon is 211.2 and the number of cloudy days is 49.4, with the remainder being partly cloudy.

Exmouth Solar Power Statistics

The average amount of daily global solar exposure in Exmouth is 6.3kWh per square metre. The average number of clear days in Exmouth is 229.8 and the number of cloudy days is 48.9, with the remainder being partly cloudy.

Karratha Solar Power Statistics

The average amount of daily global solar exposure in Karratha is 6.3kWh per square metre. The average number of clear days in Karratha is 157.7 and the number of cloudy days is 56.6, with the remainder being partly cloudy.

Port Hedland Solar Power Statistics

The average amount of daily global solar exposure in Port Hedland is 6.3kWh per square metre. The average number of clear days in Port Hedland  is 218.9 and the number of cloudy days is 54.5, with the remainder being partly cloudy.

Broome Solar Power Statistics

The average amount of daily global solar exposure in Broome is 6.2kWh per square metre. The average number of clear days in Broome is 182.3 and the number of cloudy days is 74.7, with the remainder being partly cloudy.

Derby Solar Power Statistics

The average amount of daily global solar exposure in Derby is 6.2kWh per square metre. The average number of clear days in Derby is 132.3 and the number of cloudy days is 81.7, with the remainder being partly cloudy.

Kununurra Solar Power Statistics

The average amount of daily global solar exposure in Kununurra is 6.2kWh per square metre. The average number of clear days in Kununurra is 114.4 and the number of cloudy days is 81, with the remainder being partly cloudy.

*Data taken from the Bureau of Meteorology website. Daily Global Solar Exposure data is a mean average taken from at least 10 years of statistics. Clear and Cloudy days data is taken from at least 20 years of statistics.