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The declaration statements incorporated within this application form are required
to ensure the customer is aware of their legal obligations and FiT eligibility requirements
under the current legislation, with particular reference to Section 36AE of the
This form also assists SA Power Networks in confirming a customer’s eligibility
for FiT and must be completed as part of the application process.
Failure to complete this form means the SEG connection approval application is incomplete
and will not be accepted.
Please select the correct application type:
What is the intended dominant purpose for the installation of this SEG?
If a generator is, on or after 1 October 2011, altered in a manner that increases
the capacity of the generator to generate electricity or disconnected and moved
to another site, the FiT rebate will cease from the date of the alteration or disconnection.
SA Power Networks will assume that the date of submission of this application is
the date of the alteration or disconnection as stipulated in the Act and the payment
of any applicable feed-in rebate credits will cease from this date.
This has been explained to the customer
Do you wish to continue with this application:
Customer installation address details:
Customer billing and contact details:
SEG provider and system details:
Is this an application for an additional solar small embedded generator on the same
Does the customer own any other properties in South Australia that have a solar
small embedded generator connected to it?
Other site details:
Other site address details:
The Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme for electricity generated is only available for
one qualifying generator for each qualifying customer. (Further generators may still
be connected to the distribution network, but will not be eligible for the FiT scheme).
SA Power Networks’ approval to connect an SEG is based on the information and details
provided in this application and strictly relates to the technical compliance and
suitability of the proposed equipment to be connected to the Distribution Network.
Where permission to connect an SEG relates to an existing supply, it is only given
in relation to the nominated connection point as defined by the NMI displayed above.
Where permission to connect relates to a new supply, it is given in relation to
the nominated installation address until a connection point and a NMI have been
provided at which time this approval is only valid in relation to that connection
This Approval is not transferrable and is only given in relation to the nominated
inverter type and the SEG type rated to the maximum kW peak capacity stated in this
application. The installation of any equipment, other than what has been approved,
will automatically invalidate this approval and the applicant will be required to
reapply for approval prior to connecting the SEG system to our Distribution Network.
SA Power Networks’ approval does not imply in any way that the applicant will be
eligible to receive a PV Feed-in credit or other subsidies from other Government
sponsored schemes that may be applicable from time to time.
The applicant is responsible for the accuracy and correctness of the information
provided in this application. SA Power Networks does not take any responsibility
for the accuracy of any information provided in this application, nor does our approval
acknowledge or accept the correctness of the information that has been provided.
All of the information is used by SA Power Networks to determine an applicant’s
eligibility for credits under the existing solar (PV) feed-in scheme. Any information
found to be incorrect in any way in the future will invalidate this approval and
will affect an applicants’ eligibility status for feed-in credits under the current
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