Tesla Powerwall Rebate in 2023 – Australia

Big news today for anyone thinking about installing a Tesla Powerwall 2 in Australia – Tesla have annnounced a $750 rebate for those who install and register their Powerwalls before Dec 31. More info from the email below:

Customers who install and register their Powerwall(s) between 11 August 2023, and 31 December 2023, will receive a $750 rebate for each Powerwall. You can install a single Powerwall or multiple Powerwalls. After your Powerwall(s) have been installed, connected to the internet and registered, you will be notified from the Tesla app to submit your rebate request. Once confirmed, Tesla will transfer the funds of your eligible rebate to your nominated bank account.


To be eligible for this offer, you must:

  • Install Powerwall(s) between 11 August 2023, and 31 December 2023
  • Have ordered Powerwall(s) from Tesla Certified Installers
  • Connect your Powerwall(s) to the Internet and register your Powerwall(s)
  • Submit your rebate request in the Tesla app

Tesla Powerwall Rebate FAQ

1. What is the eligibility period for the rebate? To be eligible for the rebate, you need to install Powerwall(s) between August 11, 2023, and December 31, 2023.

2. How do I request the rebate? After registering your Powerwall(s) with Tesla and connecting them to the Internet, you’ll receive a notification in the Tesla app starting in October 2023. Follow the notification to submit your rebate request. You’ll need to provide and confirm details about your order and installation for Tesla to process the transfer.

3. When is the deadline to submit rebate requests? Qualifying customers can submit rebate requests in the Tesla app starting from October 2023 until January 31, 2024.

4. What information do I need to provide for the rebate request? Customers eligible for the rebate will need to confirm specific details related to the order and installation, including the installation address.

5. How long does it take for the rebate to be processed? Once you’ve submitted your request in the Tesla app, the rebate will be processed and sent within 60 days.

6. Can I combine this rebate offer with other incentives? Yes, you can take advantage of this offer along with other incentives and offers.

7. What happens if my installation date changes? Your eligibility for the rebate is based on installations completed between August 11, 2023, and December 31, 2023. Installations occurring after December 31, 2023, will not qualify for the rebate. Additionally, your Powerwall(s) must be registered and connected to the Internet by December 31, 2023, to be eligible for the rebate.

Learn more via the Tesla Powerwall website here.

Request a Powerwall by clicking here.

Tesla Powerwall Rebate
Tesla Powerwall Rebate

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Is There A Solar Battery Rebate In Australia?

We’ve heard whispers of a solar battery rebate doing the rounds. Is Australia about to see its own energy storage subsidy, and, if so, how would the potential rollout of that be implemented?

Solar Battery Rebate in 2018

Solar Battery Rebate in Australia - Tesla Powerwall
Solar Battery Rebate in Australia – Will it include the Tesla Powerwall 2?

We’ve written about solar battery growth before – the sector has seen a sharp rise in 2017 which has continued into 2018. Will the government consider incentivising households and businesses to install energy storage, helping add stability to the grid, lower skyrocketing electricity costs and assist Australia in reaching our Renewable Energy Target? Time will tell. States like Queensland already have the Affordable Energy Program where 5,000 Queenslanders will see an interest-free loan for solar systems/battery storage, so a scheme just for storage doesn’t seem out of the question.

Whilst nothing official has been announced yet, there are plenty of whispers about the government playing with solar power rebates – feed-in-tariffs are dropping sharply. Will we see discounted deals on solar batteries? As they’re not currently at the point where ROI (Return On Investment) is ubiquitously positive, energy storage uptake in Australia is still finding its feet. If the government gives it a boost how much will that cost and what kind of value do we put on the financial/social impact of embracing renewable energy?

In the United States, The federal solar tax credit, also known as the investment tax credit (ITC), allows you to deduct 30% of the cost of installing a solar energy system from your taxes. The ITC applies to residential and commercial systems, and there is no cap on how much you can spend. Should Australia try something like this, or is our current system more effective?

Solar Rebates/Subsidies In 2018 

Here are some of the various offers federal/state government are using to try and get people to embrace solar. Any questions about a specific scheme? Please leave a comment below and we’d be happy to look into your query.

In terms of batteries, we don’t have a specific incentive to install it, either as an add-on to existing solar system or as part of a new system.The Battery Energy Storage System incentive provides eligible South East Queensland households with a one-off $50 payment for registering eligible systems on the Queensland Government battery storage database.

Please note that information about rebates and subsidies can go out of date quite quickly so ensure you double check before purchasing – you can learn more about current available solar rebates in Australia by visiting the “Your Energy Savings” website, which has been set up by the federal government – simply click here to visit

Interested in learning more about solar batteries available in Australia? Click to learn more about Tesla Powerwall competitors and alternatives.

In the meantime, we’re still waiting to see what sort of battery rebate may be offered. Since Australia already has a very strong solar panel presence, it makes sense to work on maximising storage as well as generation.

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