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Solar Homes Package - Hot Water Rebate
The Victorian Government is providing a $1,000 rebate on solar hot water systems for 6,000 households. To check your eligibility or register for updates,visit solar.vic.gov.au
Small-scale Technology Certificates (STCs)
Every Quantum Solar Hot Water System installed is eligible for a financial incentive with the Federal Government Small-scale Technology Certificates (STCs). Energy efficient products are awarded energy efficiency certificates which can be redeemed for a cash incentive. The higher the STC rating, the more efficient the system and the more you'll save in electricity and earn in incentives.
To view an estimate of the value of the STC incentives you may be entitled to, visit quantumenergy.com.au/what-rebates-are- available/#calculator
Victorian Energy Efficiency Certificates (VEECs)
The Victorian Energy Efficiency Certificates are electronic certificates that operate in a similar way to the STCs and can also be redeemed for a cash incentive.
To calculate the number of VEECs you may be entitled to claim, follow the instructions at quantumenergy.com.au/what-rebates-are- available/
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*This information is correct as at 24 September 2018 and is subject to eligibility. All prices include GST. Total rebate/financial incentive amount is calculated based on the product code 134358 Quantum Solar Hot Water Compact 270L unit, postcode 3000 and application of Solar Homes Package - Hot Water Rebate (not yet launched), Small-scale technology certificate rebate and Victorian Energy Efficiency Certificates. Rebate/financial incentive terms and conditions apply. Visit quantumenergy.com.au for more details. "Comparison cost to run per day is based on the average costs to run a 315L Electric Storage 3.6kW unit and 270L Quantum Solar Hot Water System over a year for a house of four in the Melbourne area using 70 litres of hot water per day per person, paying 31.17 cents per kilowatt hour and daily supply charge of 99.33 cents for power, 2.2. cents per mega joule and daily supply charge of 69 cents for NG. You must apply after purchase to the relevant government scheme for any rebate/financial incentive, is subject to eligibility criteria and the value will vary depending on location, average usage, hot water system and supply charges. To check your rebate/financial inventive eligibility, refer to quantumenergy.com.au for more details.