Terms and conditions - NSW Solar Bonus Scheme (government scheme, obsolete)

  1. The NSW Solar Bonus Scheme closed to new applicants at midnight on 28 April 2011.
  2. Existing NSW Solar Bonus Scheme qualified generators remain eligible for premium payments payable under the scheme until 31 December 2016.
  3. If you move into premises with an existing scheme qualified generator you as the new account holder are eligible to receive scheme payments at the 20 cent tariff rate, subject to you meeting all other eligibility requirements under the scheme.  A person who moves into premises with an existing scheme qualified generator in place should contact ActewAGL for details concerning potential eligibility for the scheme.
  4. Where the customer’s generator qualifies for payments under the scheme ActewAGL will purchase exported electricity in accordance with the scheme.
  5. Imported electricity will be billed at the customer’s published or contracted tariff energy rate(s).  The customer must continue to pay the supply charge and any other applicable charges.
  6. ‘Imported electricity’ means energy flowing through the customer’s meter from the electricity network into the customer’s premises.
  7. ‘Exported electricity’ means energy generated by the scheme qualified generator that results in energy flowing through the customer’s electricity meter from the customer’s premises into the electricity network.
  8. GST will be added to the generation purchase amount where the customer is registered to charge GST.