To claim the rebate, individuals or businesses need to engage an accredited installer to install the system and create the STCs. The installer will typically provide a discount on the upfront cost of the system equivalent to the value of the STCs. Alternatively, homeowners can create the STCs themselves and sell them on the open market.

July 10, 2024by Luke0

Once the system is installed and the STCs are created, the homeowner or business owner can submit a claim for the Rebate through the government’s Clean Energy Regulator website. The Rebate will then be applied as a discount on the total cost of the system.

It’s important to note that there are eligibility criteria for claiming the Rebate, such as the system must be installed by a Clean Energy Council accredited installer and meet certain quality standards. Additionally, the Rebate amount may vary depending on the size and type of system installed.

Overall, claiming the Rebate can help offset the upfront cost of installing a Solar power system and make renewable energy more accessible for homeowners and businesses.

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