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Solar Rebate Program Victoria – Save up to $2,225 in rebate

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Sunday, 19 August 2018: Breaking News: Solar Rebate Program Victoria – Saving up to $890 on electricity bills and receive up to $2,225 in rebate. 

Victorians will be able to install a solar panel system and get half of the cost back via a 50 per cent rebate.

The 50 per cent rebate on solar panel systems will be available to Victorians with a combined household income of up to $180,000 who live in their own home valued at up to $3 million – this means almost nine out of 10 Victorians who own their own house are eligible to take on this program.

Solar Homes – The Victorian Government is making solar panels more affordable than ever before, for around 24,000 eligible households offering a 50 per cent rebate. Families will only have to pay 50 per cent of the cost of their solar PV system.

Are you in Victoria? Take advantage of the program Today

Save up to $2,225 in rebate. Solar power is safe and reliable. By generating your own solar power will reduce your electricity bills.

50 per cent rebate on solar for 24,000 eligible households from 19 August 2018 to 30 June 2019. The Victorian Government is providing a 50 per cent rebate, up to the value of half of an average 4kW solar panel system (which currently equates to $2,225) for eligible households.

Victorian households are eligible to receive a Solar Homes rebate if the applicant:

  •  has a combined household income of less than $180,000 per annum before tax and provide the most recent tax assessment notices for the homeowners;
  •  is an owner-occupier of a home valued at under $3,000,000 (a copy of a recent Council rates notice will be required);
  •  the household does not already have a solar panel system installed;
  •  chooses a Clean Energy Council (CEC) Approved Product and uses a CEC Accredited Installer;
  •  has had an eligible solar panel system installed on or after 19 August 2018; and;
  •  engages an installer who can provide a statement that they have not received a WorkSafe infringement notice in the past three years;
  • who is an early adopter of solar PV who is looking to replace or expand their system that was installed prior to the PFIT on November 1, 2009?

What Energy Stuff will provide to help you claim:

  •  The Commonwealth Solar PV STC Assignment;
  •  The Solar Connection Form;
  •  The Electrical Work Request;
  •  The Certificate of Electrical Safety;
  •  An invoice detailing the size, cost and date of installation of the solar PV system.
Energy Stuff Pty Ltd is a fully insured and registered Electrical Contractor. Be assured, our installation, solar system equipment and paperwork all adhere to the strict requirements of this program. We were indeed very pleased to see the Victorian Premier, Daniel Andrews, consider safety when announcing this program. We have been very active over the years focussing on the safety of solar and trying to minimise the impact on Australian home and business customers of the negative effects of such rebates and programs.whilst owning a solar system is the way to go, It is still true that many customers over the years have lost confidence on who to trust to purchase a system, through practices such as door knocking and certain cold calling techniques.The team at Energy Stuff are not faceless. We proudly have our profiles on our site. Please see our team here.

Call us on 1300 656 205 or fill in the form to the right now.

See the press release Here: https://www.premier.vic.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/180818-Cutting-Power-Bills-With-Solar-Panels-For-650000-Homes.pdf

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