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This online engagement was hosted on YourSAy from 20 December 2019 to 31 January 2020. Find out more about the consultation process.

To have your say, read the Issues paper Providing greater access to home battery technology in the private rental market and consider the following questions:

Question 1: What is the greatest barrier that is preventing tenants from accessing solar and battery systems? How can this be overcome?

Question 2: In your view, would a structured program or scheme, that increases benefits to landlords, incentivise landlords and tenants to install more solar and battery systems? If not, why not?

Question 3: In your opinion, would retail offers that provide fixed billing for solar and battery systems, as well as energy usage, drive greater uptake of energy efficiency technology? If not, please provide further information.

Question 4: Would a statutory scheme provide certainty to landlords and facilitate a greater uptake of energy efficiency technology in rental properties? What would it need to take into account? How could such a scheme best be established in the South Australian regulatory context?

Provide your feedback by:

  • Emailing your responses to the above questions to

  • Posting your written responses to:

Clean Energy Transition
Department for Energy and Mining
GPO Box 320

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