Queensland solar government loans for single mums

Queensland solar government loans for single mums

Centrelink FTB Single mum government loans

Adam Christie | Solenergy Group | 27 August 2018


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…If you live in Queensland, receive Family Tax Benefit B, own your own home,

and have electricity bills over $500, you may qualify…

If you live in Queensland, receive Family Tax Benefit B, own your own home, and have electricity bills over $500, you may qualify for an interest and fee free loan to install Solar Power.

The Queensland State Government’s has recently launched a package of loans as part of their ‘Cost Of Living Support’ program to assist lower income families access solar power.

15 million dollars has been allocated for 3500 individual loans of $4500, to help those receiving Family Tax Benefit B reduce their household bills. The loans, which have no application fees or charges and can be paid back over 7 years, are available until June 30, 2019 or until funding is exhausted.

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Queensland single mum loans for solar

More solar system government loans available soon

Other loans aimed at the wider community, for adding batteries to existing solar systems, and solar and battery combination systems, will be introduced later in the year.

Centrelink FTB solar power loan applications are now open

Loans are administered by the Queensland Rural and Industry Development Authority and applications are now open. For assistance and more information on the scheme head to the QRIDA website at

https://www.qld.gov.au/community/cost-of-living-support/loans-for-solar

or contact the QRIDA office directly on (07) 3032 0595.

Adam Christie is a passionate Newcastle United fan and Dad of 3 boys, with 7 years in the Clean Energy industry. He has helped 5 Mums go solar with this program and is happy to answer any questions about the scheme or Solar Power in general.
Solenergy Group is a CEC Approved Solar Retailer based in Redland Bay.
Mums across Queensland can contact Adam on 1800 765 363 for assistance or visit www.solenergy.group

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