Queensland government solar scheme for houses ends June 30

Queensland government solar scheme for houses ends June 30
Queensland government solar scheme for houses ends June 30

A Queensland Government scheme to install solar and battery storage units in houses and small businesses seems set to be under-subscribed when it closes on June 30.

Energy Minister Anthony Lynham is urging Queenslanders to join the scheme.

It provides interest-free loans and grants for solar and battery storage.

“Installing a solar battery can save you up to $600 a year, even after taking into account loan repayments,” he said. 

“This is a great opportunity to cut your power bill and your emissions.

“The clock is ticking on the scheme: check your eligibility, get a quote from an approved supplier and apply before it’s too late.”

More than 3000 home and small business owners have already applied for funding under the $21 million scheme.

It was designed to help about 4000 families and small businesses. 

Property owners can get grants of $3000 for batteries and interest-free loans of up to $10,000 for rooftop solar panels and batteries.

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