Posts from category: Feed in Tariff


Real life savings from a solar power system

A lot of our customers ask us how much a solar power system will save them and although that varies from household to household it is possible to reduce or even totally eliminate your electricity bill. Take Rob from Bli Bli, before installing a solar power system on...

Changes to QLD solar bonus scheme

It was announced today that the QLD solar bonus scheme will be changed effective 7th June 2011. In summary the changes are • Maximum of 5kW • A limit of one scheme application per premises will be introduced. It is important to note that: • Current scheme participants...

NSW slashes Solar Power Feed in Tariff

 October 29, 2010 Yesterdays decision by the NSW Government to slash the feed in tariff for solar power installations from 60 cents to 20 cents will devastate the solar industry in NSW, slashing jobs and putting companies out of business. The reasons given for this...

NEWS: NSW changes solar playing field again

From: Sydney Morning Herald THE Baillieu government has quietly cut access for most households to a second incentive to install new rooftop solar panels. It follows the decision last month to slash the state’s ”premium” feed-in tariff paid by retailers for rooftop...

NEWS: SA increases feed in tariff

The Greens say long-term sustainability of the solar industry has been overlooked by the South Australian Government. It has increased a bonus paid to the owners of solar panels. SA Premier Mike Rann says the “feed-in” bonus will rise by 10 cents to 54 cents per...

NEWS: NSW to review solar feed in tariff

NEWS: NSW to review solar feed in tariff August 25, 2010 The New South Wales Government will review its Solar Bonus Scheme after a faster than expected take up of the incentives to encourage renewable energy. The scheme was established in January and the Energy...

ACT Power Regulator reduces cut to feed in tariff

 March 15, 2010 The ACT’s independent pricing regulator has increased the premium it wants paid under the Government’s solar feed-in tariff scheme. The Government currently pays 50 cents per kilowatt hour of electricity generated. Last month the Independent...

ACT Solar tariff should be cut

March 8, 2010 Canberra’s independent pricing regulator has recommended the ACT Government reduce the premium it pays to people participating in the solar feed-in tariff scheme. At the moment the Government pays 50 cents per kilowatt hour of electricity generated. But...