The SRES provides financial incentives to homeowners, small businesses, and community groups that install small-scale renewable energy systems, such as Solar panels. Under this scheme, eligible installations earn Small-scale Technology Certificates (STCs) based on the amount of renewable energy they produce. These STCs can be sold or traded to help offset the cost of the Solar system.
The Solar Homes and Communities Plan offers rebates and grants for the installation of Solar panels and batteries in specific regions and communities. This program aims to promote the use of renewable energy and reduce electricity costs for households and communities.
Additionally, some state governments in Australia offer their own Solar rebates and incentive programs. These programs may provide additional financial support to homeowners and businesses for installing Solar panels, Solar hot water systems, or battery storage.
It’s important to note that Solar rebates can vary depending on factors such as the size of the system, location, and eligibility criteria. It is advisable to check with relevant government departments or consult with Solar installers to understand the specific Rebate programs available in your area.