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kristal Semiconductor
14-09-2021

Re: Solar Feed In Tariff

If you have solar, you arent paying those exorbitant prices though because you're generating your own energy on your roof. If you do have solar, youre getting low prices for power exported to the grid because the power companies don't really want it - theyve got enough, because of all the other people who bought solar and now don't have high energy bills either!If saving the planet AND getting no electric bills arent enough reason to switch to solar, you don't have to - you can just stay on a tr ...
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kristal Semiconductor
14-09-2021

Re: Solar Feed In Tariff

solar feed-in tariffs were high initially to encourage early solar users back when solar systems were more expensive and less common. Solar systems got cheaper and cheaper and became very widespread, so there is less need for the high tariff. As more people get solar and move off the traditional energy grid, fossil fuel power gets more and more expensive, which makes solar better and better value. Its a feedback loop. You recover your installation costs on your energy bills, not just from the FI ...
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kristal Semiconductor
05-05-2021

Re: Billing - Payment processing fees

you get charged payment fees for using credit or debit cards.. im pretty sure theres no fee for paying with direct debit from a bank account or bpay from a bank account
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kristal Semiconductor
01-10-2020

Re: Solar Feed In Tariff

hi Mrs Mac Yes our tariffs have gone down too and it is frustrating however it is not correct that the green energy idea is slipping away. In fact the reason for low tariffs is the opposite... tariffs are getting smaller because solar is getting cheaper and more popular, and energy costs overall are falling. High tariffs early on were an incentive to get people in to solar early even tho the cost was still high. As this goes on tarriffs will probably keep getting smaller, but because the costs o ...
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