What does the scheme closure mean for you?

  • A reduction of your feed-in tariff from 20c/kWh or 60c/kWh, which you currently receive, to 6.1c per kWh
  • A change from ‘gross’ to ‘net’ metering - see below for definitions 
  • You’ll need to upgrade to a new smart meter to ensure you get the most out of your solar power system.

We’re here to help make this transition simple and have some great options available to increase your feed-in tariff and maximise your savings after the scheme ends.

What is gross metering and net metering?

Gross Metering
Net Metering

What are my options?

  1. You can do nothing and your solar panels continue to operate with your existing meter, however, this may not be the best choice financially.
  2. Select our recommended Solar Booster Feed-in Tariff from our Solar Booster Range.