Adelaide solar feed In Tariff

Adelaide Solar Update December 2016 – Direction Of Solar Panels In Adelaide In 2017?

10 December 2016. Another year draws to a close and the Adelaide solar panel installation industry has seen probably the greatest amount of change this year compared to the last few years. The biggest ‘game changer’ has certainly been the remarkable level of interest shown by South Australians in embracing solar battery storage technology. It […]

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Adelaide Solar Update – 24 November 2016

Price Paradigms For Solar – November 2016

Remarkably, the price pressure on solar installations in Adelaide remains in a downward trajectory. This is surprising given the relative weakness of the Australian dollar. Solar panels and inverters are generally quoted by the manufacturers in US dollars at the importer / wholesaler level, so any weakening of the […]

Adelaide Solar Panels Update – September / October 2016

Solar Battery Storage For Solar Panels Systems

As we have previously discussed, the emergency of an efficient way of storing ‘excess’ solar energy produced by a solar panels systems has been the ‘missing’

ingredient in recent years, in terms of allowing Adelaide home owners to become relatively energy ‘self sufficient’. This would, in most instances, mean still […]

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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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Adelaide Solar Power Industry Matures In 2015

6 February 2015. There have been several ‘high profile’ solar companies go into liquidation in late 2014 and early 2015. The ‘boom times’ in the solar industry are over due to:

Less generous solar feed in tariffs on offer
Decreased Federal Government incentives to install solar
Maturing market – Adelaide has over 10 percent of homes with solar […]

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Renewable Energy Target To Stay?

There has been news released today that the Federal government Finance Minister Mathias Cormann has stated that the Renewable Energy Target (R.E.T.) will not be scrapped. The R.E.T. has been directly responsible for the uptake of solar panels systems over the last 8 years and the solar industry has been extremely concerned that that current review […]

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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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S.A. Feed In Tariff Revisited – 26 July 2012

As stated on the homepage the current 16 cent feed in tariff (plus the 9.8 cent/Kwh retailer contribution) available to Adelaide residents installing a solar power system is only available until 30 September 2013 – 2 months away now. Approved permission to connect needs to be before this date and you then have 120 days […]

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Update – ESCOA Variation to 2012 Determination of the Solar Feed-in Tariff Premium – 9.8cents Until 31 December 2013

As we highlighted in a post a couple of  months ago, the feed in tariff premium (payable by energy retailers on top of the 16 cents/Kwh) was set to rise to 11.2 cents per kilowatt hour from 1 July 2013. The latest

determination from ESCOA indeed confirms that ‘ the minimum FiT Premium to apply […]

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Considering Solar? Keep 30th September 2013 in Mind..

As mentioned on the Solar Power Adelaide – Unbiased Solar Information for Adelaide homepage, the South Australian Solar Feed in Scheme currently provides for a a feed in tariff rate of 16 cents/kWh (payable until 30 September 2016) BUT, and keep this date in mind, only until 30th September 2013. From 1 October 2013 this becomes nil. From 1 […]

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