1. Small-scale Technology Certificates (STCs): These certificates are provided under the Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme (SRES) and are a form of financial incentive for installing small-scale renewable energy systems, including Solar panels. The number of STCs received is based on the amount of renewable energy generated by the system and the area in which it is installed.
2. Feed-in Tariffs (FiTs): FiTs are a payment made by electricity retailers to customers who generate excess electricity from their Solar panels and feed it back into the grid. The rate of the FiT varies depending on the state or territory and the electricity retailer.
3. Solar Homes Program: This program is available in Victoria and provides rebates and interest-free loans to eligible households for the installation of Solar panels. The amount of the Rebate varies depending on the size of the system and the income of the household.
4. Solar for Low Income Households Program: This program, available in New South Wales, provides rebates on the cost of installing a Solar system for eligible low-income households. The Rebate amount is based on the system size and the income of the household.
5. Solar Hot Water Rebate: This Rebate is available in South Australia and provides financial assistance to households and small businesses for the installation of Solar hot water systems. The Rebate amount depends on the system size and type.
6. Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs): RECs are similar to STCs and are generated for large-scale renewable energy projects, including Solar farms. These certificates can be sold to electricity retailers, providing financial benefits to the project owners.
It’s important to note that the availability and details of these rebates may vary by state or territory, and eligibility criteria may apply. It is recommended to check with local government authorities or relevant energy agencies for the most up-to-date information.