If you are thinking about installing a solar panel, solar water heater, wind or hydro system it's important that you research the system which best suits your needs and budget.
Some questions you may like to consider before purchasing a system are:
Feed-in tariff rates and how they are redeemed differ from state to state. You'll need to check with your state government or electricity retailer to find out what you may be eligible for. You should also contact your electricity retailer to find out how a feed-in tariff agreement will affect your electricity bill.
Once you have found the renewable energy system which is right for you, you should check the eligibility of your system under the Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme. Your system must meet all the requirements of the scheme to be eligible for small-scale technology certificates.
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