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Nations capital celebrates strong year for households embracing solar power


The ACT government has celebrated another strong year for rooftop solar uptake, with Canberra households continuing to install their own systems at record levels – not deterred by the fact the ACT already sources 100 per cent of its power from wind and solar.

ACT energy minister Shane Rattenbury said that more than 28,000 households in the ACT had now installed their own rooftop solar systems, with installations growing by 17 per cent over the course of 2020, with more than 4,200 new systems added.

Combined, the rooftop solar systems generated almost 120,000MWh in 2020, representing around 5 per cent of the ACT’s total electricity consumption.

In its latest annual feed-in-tariff report, the ACT government said that the cost of…



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