1. New South Wales: The New South Wales government offers the Solar for Low Income Households trial, which provides eligible households with a Rebate of up to $2,200 for the installation of a Solar PV system.
2. Victoria: The Victorian government offers the Solar Homes Program, which provides rebates of up to $1,850 for Solar PV system installations. Additionally, eligible households can apply for an interest-free loan of up to $1,850 to cover the remaining cost of the system.
3. Queensland: The Queensland government offers the Affordable Energy Plan, which provides interest-free loans of up to $4,500 for Solar PV system installations. This loan can be combined with the federal government’s Small-scale Technology Certificates (STCs) to further reduce the upfront cost of the system.
4. South Australia: The South Australian government offers the Home Battery Scheme, which provides subsidies of up to $3,000 for the installation of energy storage systems (batteries) for Solar PV systems.
5. Western Australia: The Western Australian government offers the Renewable Energy Buyback Scheme, which allows Solar PV system owners to receive a feed-in tariff for excess electricity generated. The feed-in tariff rate varies depending on the electricity retailer.
7. Australian Capital Territory (ACT): The ACT government offers the Next Generation Energy Storage Program, which provides interest-free loans of up to $15,000 for the installation of energy storage systems (batteries) for Solar PV systems. Additionally, eligible households can apply for a feed-in tariff for excess electricity generated.
It is important to note that these examples are subject to change, and individuals should check with their respective state or territory government for the most up-to-date information on Solar rebates.