Under the SRES, eligible solar panel systems up to 100 kilowatts (kW) in capacity can receive a rebate in the form of small-scale technology certificates (STCs). The number of STCs a system is eligible for depends on the size of the system, its location, and the amount of electricity it is expected to generate over its lifetime.

April 3, 2024by Luke0

To be eligible for the Rebate, the Solar panel system must be installed by a Clean Energy Council accredited installer and comply with all relevant Australian standards and regulations. Once the system is installed, the installer will provide the homeowner with the necessary documentation to claim the STCs.

The value of STCs can fluctuate depending on market conditions, so it’s important to claim them as soon as possible after the system is installed to maximize the Rebate amount. Homeowners can either assign their STCs to the installer in exchange for a discount on the system installation cost, or they can sell them on the open market themselves.

Overall, the SRES Rebate makes it more affordable for homeowners to invest in Solar energy and reduce their electricity bills. It also helps to support the growth of the renewable energy industry in Australia and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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