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Are DC Power Co’s feed-in tariffs competitive?

Absolutely. Our solar feed-in tariffs are higher than the government recommended amounts. Rates and more info can be found on our Power page.

Can I see my feed-in on my bill?

Details of feed-in and export generation can be found on your monthly account review email under “Usage”. We’ll also issue a credit note detailing your […]

Can solar customers with basic meters enter their own meter readings?

Yes. Customers can manually enter meter usage readings themselves. Find out more about reading your meter here.

Can solar customers with basic meters enter their own feed-in readings?

Yes. Customers with basic meters can enter their own feed-in readings and, if you do, we’ll issue your solar rebate as a power credit as […]

What is the difference between net and gross solar metering?

Net metering allows you to use the electricity generated by your solar system in your household first, before exporting excess generation to the grid (and […]

How and when do customers receive feed-in-rebates?

The total value of a customer’s solar generation will appear as a power credit in their DC Power Co account once a month at the […]

Can solar customers use DC Power Co’s Heat Map?

As long as you have a smart meter, you can view your electricity consumption on our heat map. Please bear in mind, though, while your […]

Where can I see my monthly solar generation?

You can find details of your feed-in and export generation on your bill. This amount is based on either a verified read from your meter […]

Does DC Power Co support gross metering?

Yes, we support solar installations that are configured with a gross meter in New South Wales. Gross metering doesn’t apply in South East Queensland or […]

Are solar credits refundable?

As long as we have a verified read from your meter, you can request a refund for the credit in your account from solar generation. […]

Can DC Power Co support solar customers with basic meters?

Yes. If you have a basic meter your bills will be based on estimated readings in between actual quarterly meter reads from your meter. To […]