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GAME CHANGING VICTORIAN SOLAR HOMES PROGRAM
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Now is the time to install solar panels and slash your power bills!
The Victorian Government will help Victorian households cut their electricity bills through the Solar Homes package which will be delivered by the newly established Solar Victoria. The Solar Homes Package will help Victorians reduce their energy bills.
Did You Install Solar Before November 2009?
If you installed your current solar system before the commencement of the Premium Feed-In Tarrif on November 1 2009, then there is good news. If you meet all the other critiria then you can increase the size of your system.
Solar Homes Program: $2,225 value for eligible homes
The Government’s Victorian Solar Homes program means more Victorians can now install solar panel systems in their homes and make those power bills look a whole lot better.
The government will initially offer around half price solar systems for up to 24,000 households in the state for installations from 19 August 2018.
The rebate will cover $2,225 of the solar system cost for eligible households. The scheme is in addition to the STC solar incentives that are already available for new solar system purchases. Which is a Federal Government Initiative. Don’t understand all that ask us to make it clear for you.
If re-elected in November 2018, the Andrews Labor Government promises to expand the program to 650,000 homes from July next year.
According to Government analysis eligible customers could save up to $890 per year on there power bills.
There No Better Time to Go Solar.
Am I Eligible?
Victorian households are eligible to receive a rebate under the Solar Homes Package if the applicant:
- has a combined household Taxable Income of less than $180,000 per annum (based on the 2017-18 tax assessment notices for the home owners)
- is an owner-occupier of a home valued at under $3,000,000 (a copy of a recent Council rates notice will be required),
- does not already have a solar panel system installed on their property,
- chooses a Clean Energy Council (CEC) Approved Product (for solar panels) and uses a CEC Accredited Installer,
- chooses a product that is on the Clean Energy Regulator’s “Register of approved solar hot water heaters” (for Solar hot water), and has had an eligible solar panel system installed on or after 19 August 2018, and
engages an installer who can provide a statement that they have had no significant contravention history, or prosecutions registered with WorkSafe Victoria in the past three years.
- is an early adopter of Solar PV looking to replace or expand their system.*
*PLEASE NOTE: Early adopters of solar PV, who meet all other eligibility criteria, are able to claim a rebate for a new or expanded system. An early adopter is defined as a solar system that was installed prior to the commencement of the Premium Feed-In Tariff (PFIT) on November 1, 2009. Your Distribution Network Service Provider can confirm that the date on which your solar PV system was connected to the grid was prior to the start of the PFIT. Other than for early adopters, the solar rebate cannot be used to expand an existing solar panel installation.
Not-for-profit community housing providers will also be eligible to apply for a rebate on behalf of their tenants.
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