To claim the solar rebate, homeowners or businesses need to engage a Clean Energy Council accredited installer to assess their eligibility and calculate the number of STCs the system is eligible for. The installer will then deduct the value of the STCs from the total cost of the solar panel system upfront, reducing the out-of-pocket expenses.

April 3, 2024by Luke0


Once the system is installed, the installer will provide the necessary documentation to claim the Rebate through the Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme (SRES). This can usually be done online through the installer or directly through the Clean Energy Regulator website.

It’s important to note that the amount of the Rebate can vary depending on factors such as the size of the system, location, and installation date. It’s also recommended to consult with a tax professional to understand any potential tax implications of claiming the Rebate.

Overall, claiming the Solar Rebate can help offset the costs of installing a Solar panel system and make renewable energy more accessible and affordable for homeowners and businesses.

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