Posts tagged as: NSW Solar Bonus Scheme

Huge news for NSW solar owners! The NSW regulator (IPART) just announced that Feed In Tariffs for solar owners will more than double! Currently, solar users only get around 5c kWh for exported energy but from July 1st 2017 the recommended rate will increase to a high of 14.6c kWh. What does this mean to solar owners?

The Green Living Centre in Newtown will be holding a talk on 'Life after Feed-in Tariff' this Saturday 24th September 2016 from 10:30 am to 12:30pm. This event is specifically designed for solar owners in NSW who are receiving the 60c or 20c Feed in Tariff that is expiring at the end of this year. Click below to read more.

If you live in NSW and you are receiving a 60c or 20c solar bonus Feed in Tariff, you'll be aware that the bonus expires on 31st Dec 2016. We've researched and put together a report for you outlining all the options for smart meters, including who is providing them for free. In addition, we've had several questions from solar owners that we've published here with our answers to help you with this transition:

The NSW Solar Bonus Scheme expired on 31st December 2016. If you haven't already done so, you will need to order a new meter to allow you to use your solar that you have produced in your home.

We've done all the research for you. Enter your name here on our Solar Bonus Scheme page to receive a .pdf providing you with a complete overview of NSW smart meter options including where to get a free smart meter with installation.

We've been sharing lots of information here on the Solar Analytics blog and website about how you can reduce your bill shock and transition easily to a net meter at the end of the NSW Solar Bonus Scheme this year. Check out the recent media as this issue reaches a wider audience.