Electricity prices may be on the rise, but Tasmanians are wiping out their electricity bills and in some cases even earning a small income through installing solar panels.
Tasmania solar feed in tariff:
You will be paid a rate of 5.55c per kilowatt hour for any excess solar energy you produce that can be fed back into the grid – remember, the savings you’ll make for the electricity you don’t consume will be substantially higher per kilowatt hour.
Federal solar rebate/incentive:
Through the Renewable Energy Target scheme (RET), the Federal Government subsidises the cost of Solar Power Systems according to the energy generated. Energy Matters incorporates the value of these solar credits by providing a discount on the solar power system you purchase. The amount of discount is dependent on the output of the system purchased.
NOTE: The Renewable Energy Target is being reviewed. The results of the review could see the amount of support being slashed – so if you’re considering going solar, the best time to do so may be right now.
Not an expense – an investment
So much of what we buy today we make a loss on – but not so with solar. In fact, an average system installed in Hobart or Launceston can provide an internal rate of return of between 9.5% and 11% according to Australian Solar Index estimates.
Electricity bills in Tasmania have risen by:
Further TAS details:
Electricity prices may be on the rise, but Tasmanians are wiping out their electricity bills and in some cases even earning an income through installing solar panels and taking advantage of the feed in tariff offered in the state..
Our Tasmania team travel all across the Apple Isle, from West Coast to Flinders Island, to provide every customer unrivalled service. Their thorough understanding of government policy and rebates ensures they only offer systems that best suit your needs under current state legislation. The team are also Clean Energy Council accredited.
Furthermore, the industry benchmark solar panel mounting system, SunLock, is designed by Energy Matters and manufactured right here in Australia to handle the toughest Tasmanian weather conditions. All other system components such as panels and inverters are sourced from the world’s most reputable suppliers.
Our team would love to chat with your about your solar needs; so give them a call on 133-SUN.
The blue dots indicate areas where solar installations have been performed in Tasmania by Energy Matters