Product lists for our programs

Use the products listed on this page to qualify for a rebate or loan in the Solar Homes Program.

Please refer to these lists when you discuss product options with your customers – and make sure the system you install only uses products on these lists. These lists are updated regularly, so always check back here for the most up-to-date information.

Important reminder: All solar PV, battery and hot water systems installed under our programs must also comply with the requirements specified in the Solar Victoria Notice to Market.

Solar panels (PV)

To qualify for a solar panel (PV) rebate in the Solar Homes Program, consumers must select from products listed on the Solar Victoria solar panel (PV) product list:

Solar Victoria solar panel (PV) product list as of 20 May 2024
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Inverters

To qualify for a solar panel (PV) rebate in the Solar Homes Program, consumers must select from inverters listed on the Solar Victoria inverter product list:

Solar Victoria inverter product list as of 20 May 2024
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The Clean Energy Council maintains a list of approved inverters that meet Australian Standards for use in the design and installation of solar panel (PV) systems.

All solar PV inverters on our list are compliant to IEEE 2030.5-2018 and Common Smart Inverter Profile (CSIP)-AUS ready. This requirement came into effect through the Solar Victoria Notice to Market on 1 March 2024.

Further updates to the inverter product list will be made progressively as more inverters become certified with a software client conforming to IEEE 2030.5-2018.

Hot water systems

To qualify for a hot water rebate in the Solar Homes Program, consumers must select from hot water systems listed on the Solar Victoria hot water product list:

Solar Victoria hot water product list as of 20 May 2024
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This list consolidates the Clean Energy Regulator's Register of approved solar providers and the Victorian Essential Services Commission’s Registered Products list.

All hot water heat pumps on our list have an integrated timer that allows for the unit to run between a specified time window or is connected to a solar PV system and runs while solar is being generated. This requirement came into effect through the Solar Victoria Notice to Market on 1 March 2024.

Solar batteries

To qualify for an interest-free solar battery loan in the Solar Homes Program, consumers must install a battery from the Solar Victoria battery product list that has a capacity equal to or greater than 6kWh.

Solar Victoria battery product list as of 20 May 2024
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Manufacturers can apply to the Solar Victoria battery product list here. They must meet five additional technical criteria (not currently assessed by the Clean Energy Council). We ceased using the South Australian Government’s Home Battery Scheme Eligible Equipment List on 31 December 2022.

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