New South Wales solar households can expect to see an almost doubling of some feed-in tariffs offered by retailers in the state, after the pricing regulator raised its guidance for rooftop solar exports to between 6.2-10.4c/kWh.

he NSW Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) has published its final determination for 2021-22 benchmark feed-in-tariff for solar exports at between 4.6 and 5.5 cents per kilowatt-hour.

New South Wales pricing regulator, IPART, has flagged another “likely” reduction to the state’s recommended – and entirely voluntary for retailers – feed-in tariff for rooftop solar power exported to the grid, as it prepares to set new benchmarks for the next three financial years.

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