I am a renter/landlord. How does solar work for rental properties?

I am a renter/landlord. How does solar work for rental properties?

- Renter - You would need the permission of the landlord before installing solar power on a property that you are renting. If there is a body corporate, permission may also need to be sought from the body corporate
- Landlord – You need to seek approval from your tenants for the installation to go ahead once agreed can go ahead. In some councils e.g. The City of Parramatta Council there are discounts for landlords installing solar on their rental properties of up to $1,500. In Victoria, $1400 rebate.
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