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Thinking about getting solar but don't know where to start? Here's what you need to know to get the process started.Learn more
We breakdown the jargon for you and explain what is all means.
The Tasmanian Economic Regulator sets new rates each year. Find out what the current rate are here.
From panels to the grid we break it down to help you understand how solar can power your home.
Before you think about connecting solar, think about you.
Think big, go large and go beyond the norm.
Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania and Aurora Energy are empowering the neighbourhood with solar.
The cost of purchasing electricity – regardless of whether we buy it from a generator like Hydro Tasmania, or from household solar generation – only makes up a small portion of the costs you are billed for.
Each year, the Regulator sets the minimum feed-in tariff (FiT) rate that we as retailers must pay regulated residential and small business customers for any on-site generation they export to the electricity grid, after off-setting against their own electricity consumption.
In 2018, the State Government conducted a FiT Review. The outcome of the review along with answers to Frequently Asked Questions about solar pricing can be found on the Department of State Growth website.