Update on solar panels

Hely, Susan
November 2009
Money (Australia Edition);Nov2009, Issue 118, p24
The article offers information on solar credits, a cash incentive earned upon installation of alternative power system such as solar photovoltaic panels at home to generate power. The incentive depends on the house's location in Australia and how much power a solar photovoltaic, wind or a hydro-electrical system generates. Homeowners who install these systems will receive renewable energy certificates (RECs), which they can sell to energy suppliers.


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