Helping Victorians save on their energy bills, tackle climate change and build a cleaner, renewable future.
These restrictions will remain effective until 11:59 pm on Tuesday 27 July 2021, unless otherwise advised.
Future Energy Skills (FES) has been appointed to develop a comprehensive training package for Licensed Electrical Inspectors, aimed at making the solar industry even safer.
Future Energy Skills has been appointed to develop a comprehensive training package for Licensed Electrical Inspectors, aimed at making the solar industry even safer.
Victorians getting more bang for their solar buck Victorians can get twice as much bang for their sunshine buck by using and storing solar energy, recent research shows. A report by the Centre for Ne...
Lifting safety standards across the solar industry An ongoing, targeted audit program and a whole-of-government focus on regulatory compliance and enforcement is lifting standards across the industry....
Training investment makes solar even safer Solar Victoria has partnered with the Department of Education and Training, with support from WorkSafe and Energy Safe Victoria, to deliver solar-specific tr...
Expert panel steering Victoria’s zero-emissions transport future Victoria is cementing its place as Australia’s leader in zero-emissions vehicles, with an Expert Advisory Panel appointed to keep the s...
Victorians saving even more with solar The Solar Homes Program reporting latest data shows participants are saving an average of $1,073 on their power bills - higher than the initially predicted savin...
Be informed, stay protected With more than 500,000 Victorians making the switch to solar keeping residents and workers safe is a top priority. Weeding out rogue operators, tackling solar scams designe...
Solar rebates now open for small businesses to reduce bills Minister for Solar Homes Lily D’Ambrosio today announced that applications are now open to any Victorian small business with between one and...
Learn about how we're helping Victorians take control of their energy bills, tackle climate change and build a cleaner, renewable future.
Solar for Business rebates will remain at $3,500 until all 5,000 forecasted rebates for 2020–21 have been fully allocated, and will be up to $1,750 thereafter.
Receive a $1,000 rebate to upgrade with an energy efficient reverse cycle split system.
The Zero Emissions Vehicle Subsidy is available to Victorian residents and businesses and will support more Victorians to purchase a new electric vehicle sooner.
Check out our Solar Buyers Guides and learn everything you need to know before adding solar to your home.
Wherever you are on your solar journey – thinking of installing, looking to maximise your savings, or after maintenance tips – the Solar Hub has information and resources for you.
Check your eligibility for a Solar Homes Program rebate.
Ensuring that the solar industry is well-equipped to carry out installations safely and to a high standard.
From 2020-21 the Solar Homes Program battery rebate stream will expand to offer an aggregation option for Victorians.
The Technology Guidelines outline Solar Victoria’s guiding principles for technology within our programs, ensuring better outcomes for energy users.
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Solar Victoria is a Victorian Government agency dedicated to helping Victorians reduce energy costs, create new jobs in the renewables sector and fight climate change.
Reporting data for the Solar Homes Program, including retailer rebate allocations and the program's impact on Victoria's solar industry.
Reviewed 20 July 2021
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