Many Solar Choice customers who installed a solar energy installation in NSW on the 60c tariff are likely to be concerned by the NSW Govt’s attempt to retrospectively slash the feed-in rate from 60c per kWh to 40c. With 110,000 NSW households having invested in good faith under the scheme, this move gives new meaning to œdaylight robbery. But there is good news.
Varous Liberal and National MPs are considering voting against the feed-in tariff reduction legislation when it’s before parliament tomorrow. In addition, the Shooters and Fishers Party and the Christian Democrat Party – who together hold the balance of power in the Upper House “ have stated their reluctance to vote for retrospective legislation.
We’re encouraging all our installed NSW customers to voice their dissent this afternoon – quick and efficiently using the following online portal:
If after adding your voice to the campaign you’d like to contribute further, the Australian Solar Energy Society has proved a strong and fierce industry advocate and would welcome your assistance. You can do so at http://www.auses.org.au/donations/
You may have read the article in Saturday’s Daily Telegraph about Solar Choice spearheading legal consultations for a possible class action.
Thanks for your time,
Solar Choice Pty Ltd
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I bought and selected a unit to invest in a zero bill,this was based on a 60cent feed in tarriff,its a shame that the new goverment will not respect the previous goverments contract to guarantee the feed in tarriff for 7 years
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