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Service & Support

Solar and Inverter Servicing and Repairs

Keen 2B Green are proud to service and repair all makes and models of solar equipment.

With such a large number of solar companies going into administration over the past few years and huge numbers of systems installed with cheap, Chinese solar products, many consumers have been left with poor performing or faulty equipment and no way to claim their warranty. This can leave you out of pocket, with a system that never actually fulfils it’s return on investment. It’s a sorry state of affairs, however, the Keen 2B Green solar service devision are here to help.

If you have a solar system which you suspect might need servicing or repair work, regardless of who installed it, or whether you’re located in Brisbane, the Gold Coast or Northern New South Wales, we’d be happy to help. Just call 1300 303 783 or fill out the adjacent contact form or you can email us: and we can investigate whether you need a solar repair.

Our Reputation For Quality

At Keen 2B Green we take pride in our reputation as one of Queensland & New South Wales’ most trusted solar companies. If you’ve installed a solar system with us and you are unhappy with your system’s performance, please get in touch on 1300 303 783 or use the contact form adjacent.

Alternatively, for all solar system, battery storage faults, errors and support please email:



Keen 2B Green Self Help:

SMA Australia

67 Epping Rd, North Ryde NSW 2113

Ph: 1800 762 287


Power One Energy Solutions Australia

23/11-21 Underwood Rd, Homebush NSW 2140

Ph: 02 9735 3111



Ph: 1800 465 567


Delta Energy Systems

Unit 6, 25 Howleys Road, Notting Hill VIC 3168

Ph: 03 9543 3720


LG Electronics Australia

2 Wonderland Drive, Eastern Creek NSW 2766

Ph: 1300 542 273


Trina Solar Australia

Level 35, 60 Margaret Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Ph: 1300 087 462


DAQO New Energy

Ph: 1300 855 484 (Apollo Energy, Distributor)

Solar PV systems work by converting light into electrical power. This is achieved using a thin layer of semi-conducting material, most commonly silicon, enclosed in a glass or plastic casing.

These can range in size with small versions used on watches and calculators to a system of hundreds of square metres of solar PV panels linked up to make an array to power large buildings.

how solar works

When exposed to sunlight the semi-conducting material causes electrons in the materials’ atoms to be knocked loose. The electrons that are knocked loose then flow through the material to produce an electric current known as a direct current (DC). The direct current is carried through wiring to an inverter which converts the current to alternating current (AC) so it can be connected to your property’s main electricity distribution board which either used within the home or fed back into the national grid.

Please click the link below:

Energex Solar and Meter FAQ.pdf