We were happy with the quality of installation, there was no doubt about that. We monitored that as it was going along, and we compared to what we had previously. We're saving around the $4,000 a month, sometimes a little more on that, so that's pretty rewarding for us. And making sure that we're minimising our environmental footprint as well. Our payback period is going to be around the four years, so after that it's going to be money back into our pocket. I strongly recommend anybody who's paying for power to use solar because at the end of the day. You know, some people see as the upfront cost as being somewhat difficult to manage, but there's many ways that you can look at funding that. At the end of the day it's self funded, and I think that's the main key. And that's the message, that it is self-funded. You're generating, so you're saving. So if you're borrowing the money to actually put the solar up, which most people do, because to drag that sort of money out of your cashflow is not going to be easy, so using the savings to pay for your loan is a no-brainer. And at the end of the day, when you, at the end of three or four years, you have that payment back into your pocket, as well as the savings. I'm a very happy customer and I'm now looking at putting in some ground mounts, where I can use on my broadacre as well.
What was the commercial solar power payback period for an agricultural business in Adelaide?