Government finalises Smart Export Guarantee in boost for small-scale renewables

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The SEG will guarantee payments for small scale clean energy generators
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The SEG will guarantee payments for small scale clean energy generators

New SEG will guarantee payments for homes and businesses generating their own renewable power and exporting to the grid

Homes and businesses that generate their own clean power from small-scale renewables installations and export it to the grid will be guaranteed a payment from energy suppliers under new legislation to...

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