What feed in tariff should I get?

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)?
- Will your daily rate increase if you connect to solar? Will you lose your off-peak rate if you install solar? (https://assets.cleanenergycouncil.org.au/documents/consumers/solar-guide-for-consumers.pdf) 
If a retailer offers a feed-in tariff that’s unusually high for your area, examine their usage rates and supply charges carefully. It may mean that you’d pay more for electricity through them. (https://aef.com.au/for-home/solar-power/best-solar-panels-guide/#maintain_solar_panels)
- Use the Australian Government website, Energy Made Easy, for an explanation of the types of tariffs, https://www.energymadeeasy.gov.au/article/electricity-tariffs