Do I receive the same feed in tariff if I have a battery?
Yes – even in the case of the Victoria premium feed in tariff
Note however the electricity stored will lose out on the opportunity of getting a solar feed-in tariff
What is a tariff?
A tariff on your energy bill refers to a pricing change or a subsidy. Feed in tariff If you have solar you may have a feed in tariff - listed as a CREDIT on your bill. A feed-in tariff (FiT) is a rate paid for electricity fed back into the ...
I have an existing solar system. Will I lose my feed-in tariff?
One important consideration when adding a battery to an existing solar system is the impact this may have on your existing solar feed-in tariff. If you have an existing solar system and receive the 44c/kwh feed-in credits under South Australia’s ...
What is the portability of my premium feed-in tariff (premium feed-in tariff granted for people that installed solar b/w 2009-2011)?
Existing customers - Eligible properties with an effective PFIT contract will continue to receive this rate until 2024, provided they do not add extra solar panels to their system. Switching electricity companies - You are able to switch electricity ...
What feed in tariff should I get?
It is important to research energy retailers and their solar policies before you commit to solar. Considerations include: - What price will you pay them for the electricity you purchase and what price will your retailer pay you (FiT in cents/kWh)? - ...
What tariff am I better off with for a battery?
• The feed-in tariffs offered differ from state to state, and from retailer to retailer. In some states, the government regulates a minimum rate, while in other states it is up to you to negotiate a deal with your electricity retailer. • It is worth ...