Mojo Power Solar Feed-in Tariffs for NSW and QLD

Mojo Power Solar Feed-in TariffMojo Power electricity plans offer solar owners competitive solar feed-in tariffs (FIT). Listed here are Mojo Power solar feed-in tariffs for households in NSW and QLD.

Mojo Power Solar Feed-in Tariff

Mojo Power electricity plans offer solar owners competitive solar feed-in tariffs (FIT). Listed here are Mojo Power solar feed-in tariffs for households in NSW and QLD.
Mojo Power plans offer high feed-in tariffs however you should be aware of the conditions that may be associated with each plan. A great solar feed-in tariff is important, but to ensure you find the best deal you also need to consider the usage rates and supply charges.  WATTever’s comprehensive electricity comparison makes it easy to get it right by including all this information for every retailer.
Select your State:
Mojo Power solar feed-in tariffs for New South Wales (cents per kWh exported)
Retailer PlanState / TerritoryStandard FITPlan Conditions
Mojo Power EnergyPassNSW.20.0cConditions Apply
Mojo Power ConnectNSW.20.0cConditions Apply
Mojo Power Standing OfferNSW.10.0c
Mojo Power solar feed-in tariffs for Queensland (cents per kWh exported)
Retailer PlanState / TerritoryStandard FITPremium FITPlan Conditions
Mojo Power EnergyPassQLD.20.0c44.0cConditions Apply
Mojo Power ConnectQLD.20.0c44.0cConditions Apply
Mojo Power Standing Offer SolarQLD.9.0c53.0c
Mojo Power Standing OfferQLD.0.0c0.0c

Note 1: 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.
Note 2: The feed-in tariffs are sourced from the energy price fact sheets published on the Mojo Power web site. Some plans may have conditions relating to solar feed-in tariffs including system size and export limits. Mojo Power Terms and Conditions may include other conditions not shown here.
Note 3: Residential feed-in tariffs shown exclude GST. GST on feed-in tariffs is only paid to ABN holders.

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