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All the commercial products supplied by us are manufactured within the stringent engineering guidelines and ALL are approved by the Clean Energy Council ensuring that all products meet certified Australian Standards and are backed by New Sky Energy Solutions manufacturers warranties.

PACKAGES

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32 kw Solar

 80 x 400W = 32kw Tier 1 Panels

Goodwe inverter

Tier 1 Solar Module

High Efficiency Solar Module

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80kw Solar

200 x 400W = 80kw Tier 1 Panels

Goodwe Inverter's

Tier 1 Solar Module

High Efficiency Solar Module

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150kw Solar

380 x 400W = 152kw Tier 1 Panels

Goodwe Inverter's

Tier 1 Solar Module

High Efficiency Solar Module

Government Solar Incentives - STC's & LGC's

The Renewable Energy Target is split into two parts. The Large-scale Renewable Energy Target (LRET) and the Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme (SRES). Both schemes create financial government incentives to invest in renewable energy generation. 

STC's


The SRES creates financial incentive for owners to install small scale solar installations under 100kW. The SRES works by issuing Small-scale Technology Certificated (STC's) for these installations. The number of STC's issued is based on how much electricity the system will generate until 2031. One STC is equivalent to one megawatt-hour of electricity. For example, a 100kW system (approx 300-400 panels) will produce around 1,934MWh worth of electricity until 2031, meaning your business would currently recieve 1,934 STC's. STC's are an electronic form of currency that can be purchased, sold and traded on an open market, often to recover a portion of the cost of purchasing a system. (It's common practice to allocate the STC's to the system provider in exchange for a discount on the purchase price). Their value fluctuates with supply and demand. For example, if the value of an STC is $30, you'd receive a $58,000 discount off the cost of a 100kW system.




Accreditation and Creating LGC's


In order to create LGC's the solar system needs to become an accredited power station'. The first step would involve the system owner becoming a 'registered person' in the REC Registry. Once this has been completed the system owner can apply for power station accreditation. Following successful accreditation, LGC's can be created in the REC registry where, once validated they can be made available for purchase. LGC's are sold through the open LGC market, where the price will vary according to demand. New Sky Energy Solutions are able to assist and manage the accrediation and sales process for both STC's and LGC's.




Tax Incentive


$30,000 instant asset write-off 30 July 2019 - Did you know, you may be able to calim a deduction in your 2019 tax return for assests you bought for your business in the 2018-19 financial year? Using the instant asset write-off, you can claim a dedaction for each asset that costs less than the threshold that applied when the asset was first used or installed ready for use. Assests that cost more than the relevant threshold can't be immediately deducted. You can deduct them over time using the small business pool. Remember, registered tax agents can help with your tax. More information is available on the ATO website & ATO Small business newsroom.




Eligiblity


You're eligible if:

  • You have an ABN
  • At least 20 square meters of roof space
  • Own the building or have your landlord’s consent

Looking to expand your existing solar system? That’s fine. You’re still eligible for government grants to upgrade your system even if you’ve already claimed in the past.




LGC


The LRET creates a financial incentive for large scale renewable energy installations such as Sola PV Sytems, above 100kW. After the system has undergone an accreditation process the owners can generate Large-Scale Generation Certificates (LGC's) One LGC can be created by every megawatt-hour of electricity generated. Like STC's, LGC's can be purchased, sold and traded on an open market and their value fluctuates according to supply and demand. The key difference between STC's and LGC's is that LGC's are produced on an on-going basis (once the system has been installed, is producing electricity, and has undergone the accreditation process) as opposed to STC's which are created upfront. For example, a 200kW system would produce an average solar output of 320,000kWh, or 320MWh. This means they would produce 320 LGCS. If LGC's trade for around $80, this would mean at the that value, a 200kW system would recieve around $25,600 per year in government incentives.