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    Default SA People Hurry and Get your SEG Approvals In

    Get your SEG approvals in before the end of this month so you can still the 50 cent feed in tarrif.

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    takes up to 6 weeks to get the approval, if you haven't got approval by now I reckon it will be too late

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonC View Post
    takes up to 6 weeks to get the approval, if you haven't got approval by now I reckon it will be too late

    Online less than 5kw is a couple days max.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonC View Post
    takes up to 6 weeks to get the approval, if you haven't got approval by now I reckon it will be too late
    Just did some tonight took ten minutes for automated approval. Systems 5kw and over are not automated.



    here is the link with info and rules



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    Customer group 3

    Approved permission to connect received between 1 September 2010 and 30 September 2011, and;
    booking made with ETSA Utilities for the installation of an import/export meter within 120 days of 1 October 2011.

    Approved permission to connect received between


    Between 1 September 2010 and 30 September 2011

    Booking made with ETSA Utilities for the installation of an import/export meter


    You must make a booking with ETSA Utilities within 120 days of 1 October 2011 to have an import/export meter installed.
    Only the booking needs to be made within the 120 days, the meter does not need be fully installed before the end of this period for you to be eligible.

    Feed in tariff offered


    44 cents per kWh exported to the grid until 30 June 2028

    You may also receive a minimum retailer payment from your electricity retailer.

    Conditions


    1. Feed-in tariff payment is limited to the first 45kWh exported to the grid each day

    2. Only one solar PV system connected to the grid (described as a generator) receiving the feed-in tariff is permitted per customer.

    3. The solar PV system must not be installed for the dominant purpose of making profit, so systems should be installed at locations where you normally use the most electricity.

    Increasing the capacity of your system


    You can install panels up to the peak capacity approved by ETSA Utilities on your original request for permission to connect at any time up until 30 June 2028.

    If you wish to install beyond the original peak capacity approved by ETSA Utilities this is described as an upgrade.

    Any upgrades completed after 30 September will make you ineligible for any feed-in tariff.

    If you are unsure if ETSA Utilities has approved your permission to connect, or would like to check your original approved peak capacity and date of approval contact ETSA Utilities Open in new window on 1300 650 014.
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    3.Your chosen installer will submit the Application for PV SEG (Small Embedded Generator) Approval Reference form to ETSA Utilities to seek permission to connect.

    so you still have to go to an installer and get them to submit the application on your behalf?
    you can't do it online yourself it that correct

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonC View Post
    3.Your chosen installer will submit the Application for PV SEG (Small Embedded Generator) Approval Reference form to ETSA Utilities to seek permission to connect.

    so you still have to go to an installer and get them to submit the application on your behalf?
    you can't do it online yourself it that correct
    If you don't know an installer who can help you out pm me
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