Community Feed-in Tariff Program Review
The Community Feed-in Tariff (COMFIT) program was introduced in the 2010 Renewable Electricity Plan and officially launched in September 2011. Since then, more than 60 projects have been approved and more are finalizing business plans.
The COMFIT Review will include public consultation and discussions with those in the program and will examine applicant eligibility, geographical distribution, eligible technologies, quantity of energy being offered, community engagement and support, things learned from previous projects and administration.
During the review, the Department of Energy will not accept applications for wind projects of more than 50 kilowatts. Projects already in the application system will be processed.
Check here for continued updates on the COMFIT Review. View the press release announcing the review.
Elements of the Review include a review of the COMFIT Directives, the Administration of the Program, a Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Review. The full list of items under review can be found to the left of your screen and will provide you with further in-depth information.