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Where you live in Australia greatly impacts the cost of solar, your rebate and feed-in tariff amounts. See location-based costs and ROI here.

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Solar rebate Queensland QLD

The solar rebate in Queensland is a scheme backed by the federal government, designed to make it easier for Aussies to switch to solar power by covering a significant portion of the installation costs for the system. The solar rebate is still available in QLD, with the average STC rebate being $2,908 for a 6.6kW …

Solar rebate Victoria

In an effort to accelerate the transition to green and sustainable energy sources, the Australian government offers various incentives to both buyers and sellers of solar and other eco-friendly energy products. The average solar rebate in Victoria is $2,122. This is because the most popular system by far is a 6.6kW. These have been packaged …

solar rooftop subsities rebates sa

Thanks to the SA government rebates and the decreasing prices of solar panels, residents of South Australia can now install a solar panel system without breaking the bank. The average rebate on Solar in South Australia is $2,476. It varies depending on the size of your system. The bigger the size, the bigger the rebate.  …

Solar rebate NSW

The NSW solar rebate offers Aussies massive cash savings on solar setups, aiming to shift us from old-school fossil fuels to cleaner, greener ways. It’s a top-notch deal for households keen to slash bills and care for the planet. Dive in, and you’ll find out how to pocket those savings and why swapping to solar …

queenslander home in brisbane solar panels

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How the solar feed-in tariff works

The ACT currently has 5 companies offering feed-in tariffs. They rates are actually quite good as compared to other states and territories. When selecting a company to supply energy with the hope of saving money with your solar panels, the FiT is only half the story. You also need to take into account the supply …

feed in tariff buttton

There are currently 20 companies offering Feed-in tariffs in South Australia. Prices range from 1.0c/kWh to 8.5c/kWh. When looking for a energy provider, the feed-in tariff is just one part of the equation. To optimize your solar system ROI, you will need to find a supplier with a low supply and usage charge, as well …

Free solar panels northern territory

The Northern Territory administration is committed to reaching a goal of 50% renewable energy by the year 2030. In pursuit of this objective, the territory’s government is offering benefits and financial support to its citizens to reduce the initial expenditures associated with setting up solar power setups and other energy-saving items. Given these initiatives, does …

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