For most systems, the rebate will equate to approximately 15% of the cost of the system.
If your property is zoned residential and your roof is suitable for a solar system then most likely, yes! We can assess this for you.
The rebate program will eventually end but it is hard to say when. The most recent update to the program was on January 6th 2022 when the rebate amount was dropped to $0.30/W up to a maximum of $3,000.
Yes it does, you can get up to $0.30/W deducted from your off grid equipment.
Each customer can only apply for the rebate once.
No, the rebate can only be given out once per system or once per customer.
No, the rebate has dropped from $10,000 to $8,500 then $6,000 and is now just $3,000.
Yes, it has dropped three times since its inception in 2018 resulting in a decrease of 70%.
No, the rebate can only be approved for residential zoned properties.
Yes, you must select an ENS approved solar installer to apply for the rebate on your behalf.