Toilet paper, food and solar panels As consumers round the world (but let’s focus on South Australia) have emptied the shelves of toilet paper, in particular, flour and many other food products and essential items, it has made many Australians concerned about the future production and supply of many products.* Although South Australia has large … Continue reading A sign of the times – a rush on toilet paper, food and solar panels
The South Australian Government has announced a decrease in the Home Battery Scheme to become effective on 15 April 2020. The maximum subsidy is dropping from $6000 to $4000.
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South Australian’s are now eligible for a subsidy of up to $6,000, and also able to apply for a low-interest loan to help pay for a solar battery system.