Whether you’re in for a holiday, a beach break or looking for a sophisticated resort, the Golden Coast of Queensland’s got it all for you.
Boasting 57 kilometres of sandy beaches and 300 sunny days, there is no way you will not enjoy your stay. You can catch the sun rise up above the sandy beaches and sparkling blue Pacific Ocean or explore the magic at the Gold Coast’s theme parks. Get up close with mother nature 15 metres above the ground through the tree top walkway or check how abundant Gold Coast’s marine life by their water activities.
The city is also popular for its subtropical climate. Tourists enjoy the city’s warm winters and hot summers, perfect for the beach lifestyle.
The popularity of solar energy already reached the Gold coast. Making more and more families pull their power plug and switch to the solar energy.
It’s true that an investment in a solar system is no longer as lucrative as it once was but solar is still worth the investment. Where the incentive was before July 9 to install the biggest system you could fit on your roof and export as much power as possible during the day, the best way to make the most of your system now is to install a system that produces about what you use during the day or what you can reasonably expect to move into the middle of the day. (dishwashers, washing machines, change hot water timers, irrigation, pumps etc) That way, you’re using your own power and not importing from the grid at rates ranging from 25c/kWh to 35c/kWh.
With power prices in Queensland expected to increase substantially over the next couple of years, solar is a great way to protect yourself and your family against these price rises.
Another factor that has helped to cushion to impact of the lower FIT is the fact that solar panel prices worldwide have plummeted recently and have made solar systems the cheapest they’ve ever been. On top of this, you’ll still receive assistance from the Federal Government under the Solar Credit Scheme.
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Feed-in Tariffs in Queensland have recently been amended and the Queensland Government no longer offers any feed-in tariff for applications completed after July 30, 2014. The government will continue to honour the 44c/kWh rate for applications submitted before 9 June 2012 as well as 8c/kWh for applications submitted prior to July 30, 2014.
Although the government no longer offers a feed-in tariff for new installations, most energy retailers in Queensland continue to offer competitive feed-in tariff rates to their customers.
|Retail Energy Provider||*Current Rate||More Info|
|Energy Australia||6 cents||Website|
|Click Energy||10 cents||Website|
*Rates updated April 2016