What is a fair and reasonable payment for energy exports?

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What do you think is a fair feed in tariff for your renewable energy exports?

Poll ended at Sat Mar 18, 2017 5:02 pm

No exporting, I'm storing it for my own use!
2
22%
Zero
0
No votes
Market wholesale price (zero to $14/kWh, but mostly under 10c/kWh)
1
11%
5c/kWh
0
No votes
10c/kWh
0
No votes
15c/kWh
2
22%
20c/kWh
0
No votes
Equal to what you pay for it at that time of day, less a small margin for distribution
2
22%
Equal to what you pay for it at that time of day
1
11%
Equal to what you pay for it at that time of day, plus a small incentive for storage
1
11%
 
Total votes : 9

Re: What is a fair and reasonable payment for energy exports

Postby Gordon-Loomberah » Thu Dec 22, 2016 12:46 pm

ESCOSA in South Australia has just announced that there will be no longer be a mandatory minimum FiT, news item here: http://www.energymatters.com.au/renewab ... sa-em5826/
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