The federal Renewable Energy Target (RET) will cost the average household $1,049 per year less than they would have been under the old policy.

This comes after the RET was implemented in 2021.

The new policy is a rebate that provides $1.25 per kilowatt hour of energy (kWh) for heating and lighting systems and $0.50 per kiloWatt hour for heating, heating, cooling and air conditioning systems.

The federal government has already committed to providing $100 million over the next three years to encourage Australians to install renewable energy.

A new study has found that the new policy could save $2,000 to $3,000 per household annually.

The rebate is a big help for households to pay for their energy bills and it is the only way that the RET can be introduced to Australia.” “

However, there was no clear evidence that this was really the case.

The rebate is a big help for households to pay for their energy bills and it is the only way that the RET can be introduced to Australia.”

Dr Kipple said the study was the first to look at the rebate for the 2018-19 year.

“We found that households with electricity use below the RHI benchmark would see their electricity bills go down by about $1 per kWh, compared to households with above-the-RHI energy use,” Dr Kips said.

“So if the rebate is implemented, it will save households about $2.5 to $4.5 a year.”

What you need to know about the Renewable Power Purchase Scheme (RPPS) Renewable energy can be purchased from a variety of sources, including natural gas, solar, wind and hydroelectricity.

It can also be supplied by the electricity market.

The RPS was introduced in the late 1980s as a way to encourage more Australians to use the electricity they produce and reduce the cost of their energy.

The government introduced the RPS in April 2017 as a pilot scheme and is currently reviewing its effectiveness.

What the RET means for you If you are paying your electricity bills and are using your home’s energy-saving equipment, the new rebate is an important incentive.

“There are some very strong arguments in favour of this rebate,” Dr James said.

The main argument is that the rebate reduces energy bills.

However, the rebate has been around for some time, and the Government has said it will continue to offer it.

“A rebate is not an entitlement.

It is an investment in energy savings and efficiency,” Dr JK said.

This means the rebate will be available to you, regardless of whether you have an energy-related business.

It also means you are not obligated to use it if you are using the rebate as a result of a policy that is not on the RET.

“You could have a policy where you’re using the subsidy, but you don’t need it.

So it’s not an obligation,” Dr Kepple said.

If you do use the rebate to reduce your energy bill, the Government will provide you with a monthly rebate amount of $10.00.

This will provide a monthly payment of $2 per kWh that will help you to keep your bills under control.

“If you are the one paying your energy bills, this rebate will help reduce your monthly energy bills by $1,” Dr Jay said.