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What do I need to start using solar power?

At its most basic, a solar power system consists of photovoltaic (PV) panels, an inverter and the wiring to connect them to each other and to the mains power. The PV panels generate DC (direct current) electricity from sunlight and the inverter converts the DC power into usable AC (alternating

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What solar incentives and rebates are available nationally?

The key federal government incentive in Australia is the Small-Scale Technology Certificates (STCs) program. STCs are issued by the Australian federal government to small businesses and households installing renewable energy systems. The number of certificates you’ll get will depend on your solar system capacity, installation date and your system’s location.

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How does a feed-in tariff work?

A feed-in tariff (FiT) is a tariff paid by electricity providers to homeowners and businesses for exporting excess power to the grid. Your electricity plan will include a set rate that your energy providers will pay you for every kWh you export. You receive the amount owed as a credit

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