Research review and advocacy on the fair value of distributed generation

Financial Year: 2015/16

Advocacy to Qld, Vic and Tas FiT inquiries to ensure that their methodology includes all relevant factors that determine a fair compensation for exported energy, and owners get a fair return on their investment.

Grant Details Grant Content
Grant Reference Number: 772
Applicant: Backroad Connections
Grant Amount: $37,245
Approval Status: Yes
Financial Year: 2015/16
Grant Type: Electricity Advocacy
Energy Type: Electricity
Jurisdiction: VIC,QLD,TAS
Consumer Class: Small Business,Environmental,Low Income,Residential,Rural


Annotated Bibliography
Solar Feed-in Tariff Inquiry: letter to Queensland Productivity Commission
Valuing Solar for Tasmania’s Future, TREA Submission to the Office of the Tasmanian Economic Regulator 15 March 2016
Submission to AEMC on Local Generation Network Credits
Initial submission to OTTER: Regulated FiT investigation
Methodology for determining a fair solar price in Queensland
Why is solar power undervalued in Tasmania?
Fair Solar Media Release
What is a fair price for solar in Tasmania?
Fair Price for Solar Fact Sheet
Determining a fair value for distributed generation Research Report - April 2017

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