What is AGL feed tariff?
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Accordingly, what is the feed in tariff rate?
The 'generation tariff' The higher rate tariff - for solar panels with a capacity of less than 10 kilowatts and an eligibility date between 1 July and 30 September 2016 - is 4.25p per kilowatt hour, or 8.39p for a wind turbine with a total capacity of less than 50 kilowatts.
Subsequently, question is, how much does AGL pay for solar? MWh per year and an increase in solar feed-in tariff from 6.8 cents per kWh to 16.3 cents per kWh. AGL is committed to helping shape a sustainable energy future for Australia.
Also to know, who has the best feed in tariff in Qld?
Queensland solar feed-in tariffs for households by electricity retailer (cents per kWh exported)
|Retailer (link to FIT)||State / Territory||Max Solar FIT|
|Elysian Energy (FIT)||QLD.||7.9c|
|Ergon Energy (FIT)||QLD.||7.8c|
|Future X Power (FIT)||QLD.||7.0c|
|1st Energy (FIT)||QLD.||6.0c|
What is the feed in tariff in South Australia?
The other good news is South Australia's feed-in tariffs average a couple of cents higher than in other states. As at September 2019, rates on offer from electricity retailers include: AGL: 14.2c per kilowatt-hour. Origin: standard – 10c , Solar Boost – 18c per kilowatt-hour.