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The number of certificates that can be created per system is based on its geographical location, installation date, and the amount of electricity in megawatt hours MWh that is:. As a guide, one certificate is equal to one megawatt hour of eligible renewable electricity either generated or displaced by the system. The Renewable Energy Target is supported by an online registry system, called the REC Registry , which facilitates the creation, validation, auditing and transfer of certificates. Once created and validated, these certificates act as a form of currency and can be sold to recoup a portion of the cost of purchasing and installing the system, or transferred to other individuals and businesses at a negotiated price. Learn more about creating , buying and selling and failed certificates. About The Clean Energy Regulator. Carbon Farming Initiative.
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There are a number of government rebates currently available in Queensland and New South Wales. SolarGreen specialises in accessing these rebates for our customers in order to minise the initial investment. Rebates are currently available for a number of products so please click on one of the rebates listed below for more information or send us an enquiry. SolarGreen Enquiry.
The Queensland Government announced on 22 June that the Solar Hot Water Rebate the Rebate has now closed , with applications to be received by close of business on Friday 28 September The Rebate has achieved its objective to support households to replace inefficient electric storage water heaters with solar water heaters, with over 35, households having received the rebate since July Over one third of recipients have been pensioners or low income earners. Ineligible applications will be retained by the Queensland Government in accordance with the Public Records Act