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Articles about feed-in tariff

Victoria Cuts Feed-in Tariff; Extends Scope

Posted by Peter, on September 4, 2012

The Victorian government has announced that it is cutting the State’s solar feed-in tariff from 25 cents per kilowatt-hour to 8 cents per kilowatt-hour from the beginning of 2013. At the same time, the Government will broaden the feed-in tariff to include all low-emissions and renewable technologies of less than 100 kilowatts – including low […]  Continue reading »

The Tariff You Have When You’re Not Having a Tariff

Posted by Peter, on June 26, 2012

Prior to it’s recent election, Queensland’s Liberal-National Party promised that it would retain the solar feed-in tariff’s. The tariffs was 44 cents per kilowatt hour. Now the Cambell Newman-led Government has announced that, from July 10, the tariff will be cut to just 8 cents per kilowatt hour. The 8 cent tariff will be reviewed […]  Continue reading »

South Australia Introduces Feed-in tariffs – NSW Procrastinates

Posted by Peter, on March 17, 2008

South Australia has passed landmark legislation to introduce feed-in tariffs for solar power while New South Wales has ignored advice from Zhengrong Shi, an Australian citizen who is China’s richest man, to do likewise. A feed-in tariff is a payment, usually above the normal retail rate, which is paid for electricity which is fed into […]  Continue reading »

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