Nearly a million NSW households face new charges for solar exports

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Regional electricity distributors Essential Energy and Endeavour Energy joined Ausgrid in announcing charges for solar customers exporting too much energy in the middle of the day.

Nearly a million solar households across NSW will face penalties for exporting power to the grid during the middle of the day after regional electricity distributors Essential Energy and Endeavour Energy joined Ausgrid in announcing two-way tariffs.

An Endeavour Energy spokesperson said the network needed to change to support exported energy to ensure a safe, reliable supply to everyone, and it developed its pricing structure after extensive consultation. A spokesperson for Essential Energy, which covers northern NSW, said the export charge and reward would start in July 2025 and was designed to cover the cost of upgrading the network.

“The reforms acknowledge that Australia has the fastest rate of solar take-up in the world and reflect concerns from industry, energy market bodies, consumer and environmental groups and other experts that without action, the grid will be unable to handle the volume of solar forecast to double over the next decade,” Collyer said.


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