Systems approved after 30 September 2013 may be eligible for a Minimum Retailer Payment for surplus electricity generated from solar PV systems.
You will be credited at the rate of 9.8 cents for every kilowatt hour (kWh) of excess electricity that you feed back in to the grid.
For the more information on South Australia's Solar Feed-In Scheme please visit the Living Greener website or contact on 08 8204 2999.
New customers can apply for the feed-in tariff of a minimum of 8 cents/kWh, which is available to households, community organisations and businesses who install sustainable energy systems less than 100 kilowatts in size.
There are no mandated tariff levels in WA – consumers should speak to electricity retailers about what offers are available for connecting with them.
Horizon Power: From 1 July 2012, Horizon customers receive a minimum buyback rate of 8c/kWh and a maximum of 50c/kWh, depending on location. One flat buyback rate offered per town, reflecting cost of electricity generation in that town.
The Aurora Energy Net Metering Buyback Scheme rewards eligible Tasmanian residential and small business customers who install small-scale solar power (photovoltaic—PV) renewable energy generation technology by paying for the electricity they generate.
The feed-in tariff you will be paid is 8 cents per kilowatt hour—the same rate that you are charged for electricity you use.
New customers can apply for the feed-in tariff of 1-for-1 - whatever the customer's consumption tariff is: Residential customers: 19.23 c/kWh, Commercial: 22.37 c/kWh, Commercial time-of-use customers: peak 28.63 c/kWh and off-peak 16.12 c/kWh
The Power and Water Corporation Grid Buy Back Rate rewards eligible Northern Territory households that install solar power (photovoltaic—PV) renewable energy systems by paying them for the electricity they generate. The scheme has a gross feed-in tariff. This means that you're paid for all the electricity that you feed back into the grid.