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Minimum Retailer Feed in Tariff – Update 12 August 2016

12 August 2016. ESCOSA yesterday released a draft proposal that recommends that the current 6.8c/kWh minimum solar feed in tariff would no longer be set from 1 January 2017. Their ‘reasoning’ behind this statement is interesting. They state:

“The Commission’s proposal is based on its view that the market structures that facilitate electricity retail competition are sound and […]

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Renewable Energy Target Review Released 29 August 2014

The much awaited Renewable Energy Target (R.E.T.) review has been released and a summary can be viewed here. In many ways the review comes as little surprise to the solar industry who have been very vocal in raising the potential risks for the solar industry in terms of potential job losses and business closures should the […]

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Price Of Solar Could Rise If The Demise Of The R.E.T. Eventuates

As we have discussed previously, the current review of the Renewable Energy Target is being closely watch by the solar industry and significant ‘lobbying’ is already being seen by groups like the Solar Council who are actively targeting ‘marginal’ seats to pressure politicians into keeping the current Renewable Energy Target. Should the Renewable Energy Target. go then […]

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Future Implications For Low Solar Panels Feed In Tariff In Adelaide

Saving Solar Energy For A ‘Rainy Day’
Because of the gradual reduction in the South Australian solar feed in tariff there is an increasing interest from prospective Adelaide solar customers for ways to maximise their return on the solar electricity that they produce from their solar systems. One area that is gaining increasing interest is in the […]

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Solar Power Return On Investment – Adelaide

The question of ‘Return on Investment’ or R.O.I. for solar power systems often comes up from Adelaide residents considering installing a solar panels system. How long will it take to recoup your investment and what kind of ‘return’ on that investment is possible. The answer depends on many factors and understanding this can be helpful […]

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