What's an eligible premises for Solar Credits?
11 Sep 2009
I was speaking to the regulator this morning about what constitutes an eligible premises under Solar Credits and it looks like this will be a bit of a grey area for a while yet. The concept of an eligible premises is new under Solar Credits. The regulations list (a) a house (b) a townhouse (c) a residential apartment (d) a shop and interestingly “premises, other than premises mentioned in paragraphs (a) to (d), that are located at an address”. It’s this concept of at an address that’s caught my attention. This generally rules out things like signage and motor homes but we’re expecting a number of unexplored situations to come through – e.g. what about a caravan at a permanent caravan park?
Watch this space. We’ll be working closely with the regulator to nut out some of the more interesting Solar Credit stories. We invite you to post your questions and comments below.