The main Solar Rebate program in Australia is the Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme (SRES), which provides financial incentives for small-scale Solar panel systems. Under this scheme, households and businesses that install eligible Solar panel systems receive Small-scale Technology Certificates (STCs). These certificates can be sold to electricity retailers or other buyers, providing a financial benefit to the system owner.
The number of STCs received depends on the size of the Solar system and the geographical location. The value of STCs is not fixed and can fluctuate based on market demand. The more STCs a Solar system generates, the higher the financial incentive.
In addition to the SRES, some state governments and territories in Australia also offer their own Solar rebates and incentives. These may include additional financial support, such as grants or low-interest loans, to further encourage the adoption of Solar energy.
It’s important to note that Solar rebates and incentives can change over time as government policies are updated. It is recommended to check with relevant government websites or consult with Solar installers to get the most up-to-date information on available rebates and incentives.