Solar Feed-in Tariff Information
In Victoria solar customers are entitled to receive a feed-in tariff, providing customers with a financial return for excess power they generate that is fed back into the grid.
There are a number of steps involved to becoming a solar customer including the installation of solar panels and upgrading your electricity meter so we recommend you take a look at the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning website to understand these steps as well as eligibility criteria.
All of our Victorian offers are available to customers with solar.
Solar Feed-In Tariff Rates
You can see our current Feed-In Tariff rates below:
Solar Feed-In Tariff Rates
Alinta Energy Retailer Payment
From 1 January 2016, Alinta Energy’s Retailer Payment will be 5 cents per kilowatt hour. This rate will apply to all customers that have been receiving the previous Feed-In Tariff that was introduced on 1 January 2013.
This change does not affect customers on the Premium, Transitional or Standard Feed-In Tariff schemes.
Alinta Energy Retailer Payment Terms and Conditions
Alinta Energy Retailer Payment Application Form (Existing Customer)
Alinta Energy Retailer Payment Application Form (New Customer)
To find out more about our current offers for Victoria and Alinta Energy’s Retailer Payment, call us on 133 702.
Previous Feed-in Tariffs
Previously, a number of other State Government feed-in tariff schemes were offered which are listed below. Those premises with either of the two schemes below in place are able to switch electricity retailers (once eligibility has been established) and will continue to receive the feed-in tariff entitlements under either scheme until the relevant scheme end date providing they remain eligible.
Premium Feed-in Tariff
PFIT Terms and Conditions
PFIT Application Form
Standard Feed-in Tariff
Standard Feed-In Terms and Conditions
Standard Feed-In Tariff Application Form
The older one-for-one Standard Feed-in Tariff offered a ‘one-for-one’ rate. This rate was based on the retail electricity rate paid by the customer, for excess renewable electricity generated by eligible properties. Entry into this scheme ended on 31 December 2012. Customers already on the scheme are able to remain on it until 31 December 2016 providing they remain eligible. However, customers are not able to change electricity retailers if they wish to remain on this scheme.
For more information on feed-in tariffs in Victoria and understanding your eligibility visit the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning website.
Terms and conditions apply.
Tariffs are subject to eligibility for the relevant Victorian Government Feed-in Tariff Scheme. The Victorian Government’s feed-in tariff may be subject to change without notice.