The SRES is a national program that offers small-scale technology certificates (STCs) to homeowners, small businesses, and community organizations that install eligible Solar panel systems. The number of STCs received depends on the size of the system and the location of the installation.
Apart from the SRES, some states and territories in Australia also offer additional rebates or incentives to promote Solar energy. Here are a few examples:
2. Victoria: The Victorian Government has the Solar Homes program, which provides rebates for Solar panel installations, interest-free loans, and discounts on Solar batteries for homeowners and rental properties.
4. South Australia: South Australia has the Home Battery Scheme, which provides subsidies for energy storage systems, including Solar batteries, to help households reduce their reliance on the grid.
5. Western Australia: The Western Australian Government provides the Renewable Energy Buyback Scheme, which offers a feed-in tariff for excess electricity generated by Solar panel systems.
It’s important to note that the availability and details of Solar rebates can change over time, so it’s recommended to check with relevant government websites or consult a Solar installer for the most up-to-date information specific to your location.