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Brief update on battery rebates in Australia

Update – October 2018

 

Various state and territory governments have introduced, or working on, incentives for homeowners to purchase energy storage solutions.

Below is a brief overview of where each state and territory are at:

 

South Australia have implemented a rebate scheme that will provide $500 per kWh of energy storage up to a maximum $6,000 per system.  Only batteries that have VPP (Virtual Power Plant) capability and listed on the CEC Battery Assurance Program are eligible. Click here for more details

 

Victoria are developing a scheme that will provide 50% of the cost up to a maximum $4,838 for energy storage systems. Only batteries that have VPP capability and listed on the CEC Battery Assurance Program will be eligible. Click here for more details

 

ACT are providing $825 per kW discharge for a minimum of 1 hour up to a maximum of 30kW. Click here for more details.

 

Queensland are providing battery assistance packages offering grants of $3,000 and interest-free loans of up to $6,000 repayable within 10 years.  Only batteries listed on the CEC Battery Assurance Program will be eligible. Click here for more details

 

Tasmania have an interest free scheme up to $10k for 3 years.  Click here for more details.

 

Northern Territory have grants up to $1,000 which can be used on energy storage.  Click here for more details

 

Western Australia are considering a rebate scheme for energy storage.  Click here for more details

 

NSW is expected to make some announcements

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