Government Subsidy

The current government incentives offer solar rebates based on STCs (small-scale technology certificates). These are calculated based on the type of system, installation dates (as solar rebate rates are variable), and the power output of your solar system (kW).
There are currently eleven years remaining on this scheme, although it is uncertain how long these government-funded solar rebates will continue. For more information, visit:
Unisol Solar
Unisol Solar
On average, a 5 kW residential system will receive a government rebate of $3,500. Commercial systems can receive up to $60,000 (100 kW).
These rebates require an approved solar installer and the use of approved solar panels and inverter. As an approved solar installer in Fremantle, we will handle all of your paperwork – for a no-hassle solar rebate.

Feed-In Tariff

This involves you selling your excess energy back to the grid at the current cost of 3-10 cents per unit, offering you additional savings. For example, you can save $912.50 over five years based on an excess of 10 units per day ($182.50 per year).