The State Government has announced a $797 million Household Energy Savings Package to help Victorian families and businesses.
The cheapest deal is not always the best deal, and this is especially true when it comes to solar systems and installations.
The solar battery rebate under the Solar Homes Program for eligible Victorian households has reduced slightly as of July 2020
Most Australian homes have a single-phase power supply, which basically means they have one live wire coming in from the grid. Some houses, however, have a three-phase supply, with three live wires pulling power from the grid.
The Victorian government has confirmed that the solar and battery rebates will continue until the end of this year. However, the solar panel rebate has been reduced slightly from $1,888 to $1,850, effective from July 1st, 2020.
If you own a solar system in your home or office, you have a responsibility to keep everything in your system in good working conditions.
If you are looking for high performing and long lasting solar systems, the LG NeON® 2 BiFacial is definitely one of the best options to consider.
The Government recently announced an economic stimulus package to help Australian businesses withstand and recover from the economic impact of Covid-19.
This means householders who sent in their Solar PV application after 1st of January 2020 will receive a rebate up to $1,888, if the application is successful. The no-interest loan is still available, and will match the rebate amount up to $1,888.
We all know that solar systems allow us to generate electricity from sunlight to power our own homes, which therefore helps to lower our energy bills. However, are you sure you are making the most out of your panels to maximise your savings?