Feed-in tariffs are simplest and best known mechanism to support rooftop solar, but are there other ways to value distributed generation?
Articles by Jack Gilding
The new Victorian feed-in tariff announced today marks an important turning point in the struggle for recognition of the real value of distributed renewable energy.
The cost of meeting Tasmania’s energy shortfall with gas and diesel will be very high, but minister’s energy plan leaves us poorer and no wiser on energy security.
Tasmanian Economic Regulator’s draft report on solar feed-in tariff ignores the challenge of energy security in Tasmania, the changes facing electricity industry nationally, and climate change.