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Step 1.

For every quote you obtain from a System Provider, a ‘Quote Record’ will be generated in the Plenti (formerly RateSetter) system, ready for you to apply for the subsidy should you accept their quote. The System Provider may generate the Quote Record while they are with you during a site visit at your home. Otherwise, you’ll receive an email notification to view and approve your Quote Record online at a later date. If you don’t have an email address, the System Provider will ensure that a paper copy of the subsidy application form is posted to you. To apply for the subsidy today, enter your Quote Record reference number in the field above.

Step 2.

You will be redirected to the Plenti (formerly RateSetter) website to review your Quote Record before applying for the subsidy. Subject to credit approval, you will be able to apply for finance at this stage

Step 3.

Your chosen System Provider will contact you to arrange a time for installation.

Step 4.

At the time of installation the System Provider will ask you to confirm you are satisfied with the installation. Only after you are satisfied with the installation will Plenti (formerly RateSetter) release the subsidy and finance, where applicable to your chosen System Provider.

If you have further questions about the subsidy application process or how to apply for finance, call Plenti (formerly RateSetter) - the administrator of the Government’s Home Battery Scheme subsidy and $100 million in finance provided by the Clean Energy Finance Corporation - on 1300 396 078.

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