Business solar feed-in tariffs (FIT) are a payment made to a business for the electricity they generate through solar PV system and send back into the grid.
Listed here are the latest electricity retailer’s solar feed-in tariffs for small businesses in ACT, NSW, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC and WA. These are retailer-provided solar feed-in tariffs and do not include any bonus feed-in tariff that may be provided by state or territory governments. Those premium feed-in tariffs schemes are closed to new entrants.
A great solar feed-in tariff is important, but to ensure you find the best deal you also need to consider 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.
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Australian Capital Territory solar feed-in tariffs for small businesses by electricity retailer (cents per kWh exported)
|Partner||Retailer||Conditions||Min Solar FIT||Max Solar FIT||Link to FIT||Detailed Conditions|
|Origin Energy||Conditions Apply||7.0c||15.0c||High feed-in tariff on Business Solar Boost plan is limited to the first 14kWh exported per day. Lower rate applies above 14kWh. Feed-in tariffs drop back to standard feed-in tariffs at the end of the benefit period.|
|ActewAGL||Conditions Apply||7.2c||8.0c||Feed-in tariff is only for systems up to 30kW inverter capacity.|
|Energy Australia||Conditions Apply||7.6c||7.6c||Feed-in tariff is only for systems up to 10kW in ACT & NSW and 30kW in QLD and SA|
|Next Business Energy||7.0c||7.0c|
|Red Energy||Conditions Apply||6.0c||6.0c||High FIT in NSW and Queensland is capped at 5kWh per day|
Note: We show minimum and maximum feed-in tariffs (FITs) as some retailers offer different FITs on different plans.
Business feed-in tariffs shown exclude GST.
“Market-linked plans” that have their rates tied directly to the wholesale market spot price are not included in the tables above because these rates vary every day and cannot be compared like-for-like with most plans where the published rate is the rate you pay. To view indicative rates and feed-in tariffs published for market-linked plans, please see WATTever’s rates page for Powerclub.