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Investment Talk We're now living in a world of challenging global economy where changes take place at a rapid pace. Investment Talk offers concerned Malaysians the opportunity to express their opinion on the performance of our country's economy in various sectors -- market watch, property talk, money market and others like unit trusts, bonds, bonus, dividends etc.

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Old 17-04-2014, 10:23 AM
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The month income is fixed for 21 years. Can't say as much for the charges.
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Normally I would have deleted this thread but then Solar energy is the way to go in the future and the more people know about it the better.

For a start, I would like to say that your Installation cost for a 4 kw package of RM40,000.00 is very very expensive.

In Australia (where a lot of things are expensive) to supply & install a 4kw package cost is only AUD$5,200.00 or RM15,400.00.

For 5KW package it is only AUD$5,800.00 or RM$17,173.80

Comparing your RM$40,000.00 & RM$15,400.00, you are making FAR too much profit.

FYI, solar panels can not last 21 years
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Normally I would have deleted this thread but then Solar energy is the way to go in the future and the more people know about it the better.

For a start, I would like to say that your Installation cost for a 4 kw package of RM40,000.00 is very very expensive.

In Australia (where a lot of things are expensive) to supply & install a 4kw package cost is only AUD$5,200.00 or RM15,400.00.

For 5KW package it is only AUD$5,800.00 or RM$17,173.80

Comparing your RM$40,000.00 & RM$15,400.00, you are making FAR too much profit.

FYI, solar panels can not last 21 years

I don't a lot about solar panels but don't you think that it is still good enough since it gives a good amount of energy, plus it is eco friendly.
If only I have enough money to invest in solar panels, why not.
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I don't a lot about solar panels but don't you think that it is still good enough since it gives a good amount of energy, plus it is eco friendly.
If only I have enough money to invest in solar panels, why not.

I think you missed my point. Maybe you have plenty of money to spend but please have pity for the poorer ones.

I am saying that company charge TOO much.

In Australia, a 5KW package is only RM$17,173.80

In Malaysia, a 5KW is RM$40,000.00

You can come and buy the same here and then have it install in Malaysia for half the cost

Your TOTAL cost ie materials, hotel, taxis, holidays, foods, plane tickets will still be BELOW RM$40,000.00

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