Depending on where you live, you may be able to access different government rebates and incentives.
Government rebates make switching to solar more affordable and more accessible. Discover what rebates are available and what they mean for you.
Victorians can access a state government rebate scheme via SolarVictoria’s Solar Homes Package.
Eligible homeowners can claim a rebate up to $1,888 deducted from the cost of a solar system and a 4-year interest-free loan of an additional $1,888.
To qualify, homeowners must answer ‘Yes’ to the following:
South Australian’s can access State Government rebates to help pay for the installation of home solar battery systems. All South Australians can apply.
The rebate amount is calculated on the kilowatt hour (kWh) capacity of the solar battery. Energy Concession Holders are eligible for a higher subsidy, ensuring low-income households are supported to access the Scheme.
Current Battery Scheme rebates:
Solar Batteries complete the Solar system by providing the capability to store the captured energy.
This stored energy is used at nighttime or when the sun isn’t shining reducing your reliance on the grid.
The Solar Homes Program is supporting eligible Victorian households to install a solar battery to their existing 5kW or above solar system, by providing a point of sale discount up to a maximum of $4,174.
Solar battery rebates are now available in every Victorian postcode. Solar battery rebates will maintain their current value of up to $4,174 until 30 June 2021.
Interest-free loans are not available under the solar battery rebate.
Victorians are eligible to receive a battery rebate if they meet all of the following criteria: