2030 is the renewable energy target so the benefit is a sliding scale.
For each year, we get closer to 2030 the rebate/assistance decreases.
Solar power gets converted to be used as if it comes from your normal power source and yes it can be used for 3 phase power. It converts DC power to AC power. Convertor connects to the grid to manage the frequency.
This is the essence of solar – it merely redirects your usage from the system instead of the grid. Your rates on the bill don’t change, just the amount of kWhs that you use from the grid. Your devices do not know the difference.
All installations will take 3 months to complete and will be built to allow for battery to be added in the future
Any industry where there is roof-space, ground space or car spaces where usage is at least $1,000/month minimum per site, with multiple sites obtaining even further savings through economies of scale.
Not financially viable to sell into grid as the retailer will give you an extremely low amount IF AT ALL. Also to add, commercial solar looks to minimise what goes back into the grid anyway, as we want the business to use as much of the systems generation as possible