Firstly, you have to request for a quotation. Then, log in to the platform.
Follow the steps below to view quotation(s):-
Step 1: Click on 'Hi [your name]'. Select the 'My Quotations' menu. OR, if you see a left panel, click on the 'My Quotations' menu.
After your quotation is ready, you will be contacted by a buySolar consultant.
A free consultation session will be provided to you to brief and explain the proposal.
The consultant will also cover the process involved for the entire flow of getting solar installed.
After the consultation, you may ask for a site assessment from the Supplier to get a final quotation.
There are 2 options available for commercial and industrial solar installation which are opex model and capex (outright purchase) model. If you are eligible for both options, both options will be included in the quotation.
You may inform our consultant on your interest to request for a site assessment. Our consultant will do the neccessary for you.
Alternatively, you may follow the steps below:-
Step 1:- Click on 'Hi [your name]'. Select the 'Quotation' menu. OR, if you see a left panel, click on the 'My Quotations' menu. You will see the Quotation Listing from the supplier(s) you selected.
Site Visit Appointment
When supplier schedule a site visit with you, a SMS will be sent to your mobile number; an email will be sent to your registered email address.
You may log in to buySolar platform.
Follow the steps below to find out whether there is a site visit request:-
You can view the Site Visit Appointment details screen by clicking on the 'Site Visit Date' in the quotation listing screen. These information will be listed on the Site Visit Appointment details screen:--
The contact number of the person in charge will be shown on the Site Visit Appointment details screen.
You can view the Site Visit Appointment details screen by clicking on the 'Site Visit Schedule'button in the quotation listing screen.
During the site visit, you will be briefed and explained on the recommendation installation by the Supplier.
After the site visit, the supplier will prepare the final quotation based on the site visit and your needs or requirements. You may review the final quotation from the "My Quotation" section.
How do I proceed to the next step after I am satisfied with the Final Quotation submitted by the preferred supplier?
You may accept the Final Quotation to have a Job Order created for you.
The supplier will start the NEM application through SEDA. After obtaining NEM certificate, you may make the full payment to continue with the solar installation.
Activities involved after the Job Order is created as below :-
1) NEM Application
2) If payment method is Cash or Credit Card, then
a) Make full payment upon NEM approval where you will get the NEM certificate
No, you have 12 months from the NEM certification date to commence the installation process.
How do I ensure the Supplier will do a good job after the full payment is made before the installation?
buySolar will only release the payment to the supplier after you acknowledge that the solar installation is completed and in order.
Services & Installation
You may make you complaint(s) or report(s) by leaving a message on the 'Contact Us' page.
Our Customer Care Specialist Team will attend to your complaint accordingly.
Warranty and Maintenance
The warranty for the solar system depends on the warranty provided by the manufacturer. Each component might have different warranty terms.
All the warranty terms and conditions must be clearly stated in the quotation prepared by the supplier/contractor.
You will be able to monitor the solar-system performance after the solar installation via the monitoring dashboard. This is only available if the solar-system installation is completed through buySolar platform.
The monitoring dashboard includes :-
Since 2018, the Malaysia Government provides Green Investment Tax Allowance as an initiative to encourage the purchasing of green technologies. In terms of rate of incentive, Green Investment Tax Allowance (GITA) of 100% of qualifying capital expenditure incurred on approved green technology assets from the date of purchase until 31 December 2020. The allowance can be offset against 70% of statutory income in the year of assessment. On top of that, unutilized allowances can be carried forward until they are fully absorbed.