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The Northern Territory Government has a plan for 50% renewable energy by 2030 while maintaining secure, reliable and affordable power.
Behind-the-meter batteries can reduce electricity costs for households and businesses with a solar system by reducing the amount of power that has to be purchased from the grid.
The Home and Business Battery Scheme provides a grant of $450 per kilowatt hour of useable battery system capacity, up to a maximum grant of $6,000, to homeowners, businesses, not-for-profit and community organisations for the purchase and installation of solar PV systems with an eligible battery and inverter, or for those who already have solar, for the purchase and installation of an eligible battery and inverter.
The grant is available for battery systems that are on an approved list of battery systems XLSX (210.7 KB) that have been assessed as virtual power plant capable.
The grant is available to eligible recipients regardless of their electricity provider.
Jacana Energy customers who receive the premium one-for-one feed-in tariff and access this scheme will be transferred to a standard feed-in tariff. This is a condition of the grant.
For more information on renewable energy, go to the Jacana Energy website.
As per the Terms and Conditions an eligible recipient may submit two separate applications for a Voucher, once as a home owner and once as a business owner. However, these cannot be for the same property.
PLEASE NOTE: Once the Scheme's allocated budget has been fully committed, no further applications will be assessed. This is regardless of whether your application is eligible or not.
This section is not applicable because of your response to question: "Are you applying as a" on page 1
Home Owner means the registered proprietor of a Property (or if more than one then all the registered proprietors are deemed to be the Recipient). A Home Owner must be one or more natural persons.
Business Owner means the proprietor of a business that is a Territory Enterprise and:
For the avoidance of doubt, a not-for-profit organisation is a Business Owner if it satisfies all the stated criteria.
This section is not applicable because of your response to questions:
These questions are for research and evaluation purposes only. Your answers are not used as part of your registration and will remain confidential.
This section is not applicable because of your response to question: "Will you apply for any of the following Jobs Rescue and Recovery programs?" on page 1
If your Legal Entity is a Trust, you will need to upload a copy of the Trust Deed to provide confirmation of who your Trustee is.
Legal Entity name in the Business details section should be written as;
ABC Pty Ltd the trustee for ABC Family Trust
John Smith the trustee for ABC Family Trust
Please contact your accountant if you are unsure.
Important note: if your organisation is not up to date with its legal obligations (AGM, annual return, etc.), your application cannot be assessed until it is compliant.
The Department will use the below details to make contact with you, should we require anything further. This is also the person responsible for this application.
This section is not applicable because of your response to question: "Do you own the property (home owner/ business) or do you lease the property (business)?" on page 1
This section is not applicable because of your response to question: "Does your lease state that you are allowed to carry out works to the property? (Landlord's permission)" on page 1