I noticed that my electricity provider is paying me a feed-in tariff which is much lower than other providers, what should I do?

I noticed that my electricity provider is paying me a feed-in tariff which is much lower than other providers, what should I do?

Check your states relevant information for what typical feed-in-tariffs should be. However, check how much you are being charged for electricity, sometimes providers who offer a high feed in tariff charge more for electricity.
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