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We’re putting renewable energy within reach

Brighte helps to finance your solar with a 0% Interest Payment Plan and simple repayments.

Find an installer in your area

The brighter way to switch to solar

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Request quotes from our network of 2,400+ installers

Fornightly repayments over 1-5 years

Over 100,000 solar installs financed by Brighte

Get 0% interest finance

Finance amount
$1,000 - $45,000
Repayment terms
6 months to 60 months
Interest rate
Customer fees
  • $2.15/weekly account keeping fee included in repayments
  • $75 establishment fee payable on your first repayment date
  • $4.99 late payment fee may be applied if you miss a repayment (Late fees are capped at $49.90/year)
  • No fee for early repayment
  • Other fees and charges may be applicable
Eligibility & terms
  • Be 18 years or over and an Australian resident
  • Have an Australian driver's licence, passport or Medicare card
  • Provide your own email address and mobile number

All applications for credit are subject to Brighte's credit approval. Fees, terms and conditions apply.

Solar planning

How to get started

Step 1: Find a supplier

Use the Brighte Marketplace to review a personalised list of vendors that can help you install your desired product.

Step 2: Get a quote

You can request quotes from multiple suppliers to find the best solution for your home.

Step 3: Apply for finance

Once you’ve found your preferred supplier, they will take you through the process of applying for finance.

That’s it! Once approved for finance, your chosen vendor will take care of the installation process for you.

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Useful information

Learn more about making your home sustainable and more energy efficient.

Frequently asked questions

Who is Brighte?

With our affordable finance and network of over 2,400+ vendors, we’re helping Aussie households to make their homes more sustainable.

We're excited to help Australians to access a range of energy efficient products, from solar panels and hot water heat pumps, to insulation and other energy efficient appliances.

We believe in empowering households to make informed purchases, with transparent andresponsible payment plans.

What is the catch with 0% financing?

There is no catch when you use Brighte, we are upfront and honest about our fees and charges.

How do payment plans work?

Payment plans allow you to repay an amount over a set period of time. For the Brighte 0% Interest Payment Plan repayments terms are between 6-60 months.

What if my circumstances change?

We have a robust hardship policy, and don't take advantage of our customer's changing circumstances. Less than 1% of Brighte's revenue is from late payment fees. We strive for transparency - late fees are capped at $49.90/year. Contact us if you're concerned or want to know more..

About our installers

Who are Brighte's network of installers?

We're partnered with 2,400+ tradespeople, solar installers and battery experts who specialise in the installation of sustainable home improvements. Each of our partners are accredited, trained and adheres to a code of conduct.

Where do I start?

Brighte connects you with accredited vendors in your area. You can compare and review quotes and choose the best solution for your home.

Your chosen vendor will take you through the process of applying for finance and then refer you to Brighte to complete your application.

Brighte pays your vendor directly as soon as the job is complete, and you pay Brighte over time with fortnightly repayments.

Learn more about how Brighte works.

What's in it for your partners?

We offer great rates & transparent fees, affordable repayment options for customers, credit approvals within minutes and much more.

Acknowledgement of Country

Brighte acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional custodians of our land - Australia. We pay our respect to them and their cultures and to the elders past, present and emerging. The Gadigal of the Eora Nation are the traditional custodians of the land on which Brighte’s office stands.