Alinta Energy Solar Feed-in Tariffs for NSW, QLD, SA and VIC

Alinta Energy solar feed-in tariffs

Alinta Energy is a leading Australian energy utility with retail customers in five states. Alinta offers electricity plans for solar owners. Listed here are Alinta Energy’s solar feed-in tariffs for households in NSW, QLD, SA and VIC. Select your State below to view solar feed-in tariffs for Alinta’s plans.


Solar feed-in tariffs are important, but to find the best deal you must consider usage rates and supply charges. Plans with big feed-in tariffs often come with bigger usage and supply charges. Many solar plans have stepped FiTs and caps too.
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Select your State/Territory:

Alinta Energy solar feed-in tariffs for New South Wales (cents per kWh exported)

Alinta Energy solar feed-in tariffs for Queensland (cents per kWh exported)

Alinta Energy solar feed-in tariffs for South Australia (cents per kWh exported)

Alinta Energy solar feed-in tariffs for Victoria (cents per kWh exported)

Feed-in tariffs (FITs) shown exclude GST. GST on feed-in tariffs is only paid to ABN holders.
Feed-in tariffs are sourced from the Retailer's published Basic Plan Information Documents/Energy Price Fact Sheets. Some plans may have additional conditions relating to solar feed-in tariffs not displayed here. Please review the Retailer's Terms and Conditions before taking up any contract.
FITs are typically variable, and future FITs may be subject to change by the Retailer.
Where a Premium FIT is paid, please note that all premium feed-in tariff schemes are closed to new entrants, so if you are not currently receiving a premium feed-in tariff, you will only be able to receive the standard feed-in tariff.