Monthly Archives: March 2021

By Natural Solar | March 25th, 2021 | Categories: Solar News

Australians with rooftop solar panels could soon be charged for exporting power into the grid, under proposed changes

This article originally appeared in ABC News. Households with solar panels could be slugged a fee to export surplus electricity into the grid.(ABC News:...

By Natural Solar | March 25th, 2021 | Categories: Solar News

Fixing Australia’s solar traffic jam will make selling sunshine two-way street

This article originally appeared in SMH. There are now more than 2.6 million households and small businesses with solar PV on their roofs,...

By Natural Solar | March 25th, 2021 | Categories: Solar News

Home battery incentives allowed to stop solar power traffic jams

This article originally appeared in SMH. A deluge of rooftop solar power pouring into the electricity network is causing network traffic jams, prompting...

By Natural Solar | March 22nd, 2021 | Categories: News

Queensland Government announces landmark deal with Tesla Powerwall home solar batteries A first for Queensland!

JANUARY23. 2021: Economic Development Queensland (EDQ) has signed a landmark deal to use Powerwall by Tesla, the world’s leading supplier of high quality...

By Natural Solar | March 22nd, 2021 | Categories: News

Solar battery booms amidst coronavirus as clean energy gains ground

Amidst forecasts of a pandemic stringed recession, residential battery systems in Australia defied all odds as it registered a 20% increase in 2020....

By Natural Solar | March 22nd, 2021 | Categories: Solar News

7 Simple Ways to Clean Your Solar Panels at Home

Solar panels are a long-term investment. Purchasing solarcontributes to clean energy. Because solar panels are solar panels are expensive, costing between $10,000 to...

x

These costs are based on the SA Power network in Adelaide but prices may vary depending on your circumstances. This comparison assumes a general energy usage of 4000kWh/year for a residential customer on Energy Locals Time of Use Tariff – (TOU – Peak, Off-Peak & Solar Sponge).

The reference price is set by the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) for a financial year in relation to electricity supply to residential customers in the distribution region and is based on an assumed annual usage amount. Any difference between the reference price and the unconditional price of a plan is expressed as a percentage more or less than the reference price. The terms of any conditional discounts are shown, along with any further difference between the reference price and the discount applied if a condition is met, expressed as a percentage more or less than the reference price.