This is really your last chance to get the 47cents feed in tariff for ten years rather than 27 cents that is offered after June 30th!
To be eligible for the 47cents feed in tariff you must sign up before the 30th of June 2011. Your system must then be installed before September 30th 2011. For that reason we can only take so many installs and positions are filling fast. At the rate that things are moving we are likely to be full before the June 30th deadline. The time to enquire about a system is now before you miss out! We look forward to being about to fit you a quality system before the deadline and look forward to hearing from you soon.
The Energy Farm team.
Carbon pricing is all too hard when the economy is the way it is. That is something Obama has found out the hard way. All people see it what affects them directly and at this time in the United States this is stability and jobs. So carbon trading takes a back seat. In Australia amazingly the same thing may happen using America as an excuse for sitting back and doing nothing. Still solar in Western Australia will continue with its strong momentum while we still have up front RECS discounts as well as a decent feed-in tariff. Get it while you can!
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A disappointing result for NSW and solar renewable energy but was the writing on the wall? The NSW gross feed tariff in was higher than Western Australia’s net feed tariff which does beg questions as to how long it could last. The sad answer is not very long and all. Whats worse is how the pendulum has shifted from what extreme to the other which could cause what the media have named a boom bust cycle within the renewable energy sector. In the short them there is likely to be some bitterness towards those that managed to lock into the scheme from people who just missed out. The potential result is to place blame on solar and maybe even some bitterness towards renewable energy in general. What is really suggests is there needs to be communication between state government and a long overdue plan for renewable energy into the future for Australia.
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