ACT NuEnergy Solar PV Installations

 
 
For ACT Nu Energy customers, waiting for installation of solar photovoltaic systems – Notes about the ACT planning authority and ActewAGL requirements: Only two minor points to watch out for. Generally solar panels are exempt from the need for planning approval, but there are some exceptions. eg. Planning approval IS needed if they are to be installed within 1.5 metres of a boundary. Also, to benefit from the ACT Government’s feed-in tariff, you MUST lodge an application form – the sooner the better.
 
 This web-page is a collection of related ActewAGL and ACTPLA guides and information sheets that may assist ACT Nu Energy customers.

 

But first - the good news. After installation, receiving the deposit refund, and the feed-in tariff approval, this is the energy output by a Nu Energy 1 KiloWatt Solar Photo-Voltaic system on a sunny day.

(The sun was up before me - so the graph starts a little late in the morning...)

 
Solar Energy produced by a 1KW Nu Energy Solar PV system
  

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Step by Step Guide
  • click here to view a PDF copy of the ActewAGL guide.
  • click here to open the report as an ISSUU publication.

(Problems using ISSUU? Click here to see issuu.com's "The Definitive Guide: Troubleshooting Internet Explorer and other browsers")

ActewAGL Residential Solar PV Guide
 

Solar Photovoltaic Systems Development Approval or Exemption
- Step 3 on ActewAGL Guide
  • click here to view a PDF copy of Solar Photovoltaic Systems Development Approval notes.
  • click here to open a copy of the notes as an ISSUU publication.
ACTPLA Exemptions For Solar PV Panels
 

Special Connection Request Form
- from ActewAGL's Website
- Step 4 on ActewAGL Guide
 
  • click here to view a PDF copy of Special Connection Request form.
  • click here to open the form as an ISSUU publication.
Special Connection Request form

 The ACT Government's Electricity Feed-in Renewable Energy Generation scheme
- After Step 4, before Step 5 on ActewAGL Guide
  • click here to view a PDF copy of the Feed-in Energy scheme guide.
  • click here to open the guide as an ISSUU publication.
Feed-in Tariff Application form

Application Form for the ACT Government's Electricity Feed-in Renewable Energy Generation scheme
- from ActewAGL's Website
- After Step 4, before Step 5 on ActewAGL Guide
  • click here to view a PDF copy of the ActewAGL Application form.
  • click here to open the form as an ISSUU publication.
Feed-in Tariff Application form

Request for Service Form
- from ActewAGL's Website
- Step 8 on ActewAGL Guide
  • click here to view a PDF copy of the ActewAGL Request form.
  • click here to open the form as an ISSUU publication.
Request for Service form

ActewAGL's Advice on Cost of Upgraded Electricity Meter including Installation
- from ActewAGL's Customer Services Branch
- Step 9 on ActewAGL Guide
  • click here to view a PDF copy of the ActewAGL advice.
  • click here to open the advice as an ISSUU publication.

 

Cost of new electricity meter

Residental Installation Report, Solar Homes and Communities Plan
- from Commonwealth Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts
- After last step on ActewAGL Guide
  • click here to view a PDF copy of the Residental Installation Report.
  • click here to open the report as an ISSUU publication.
Solar Homes Installation Report

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