Currently any electricity you are using you are buying from the utility company and each month they send you a bill for the
electricity. The rates you pay (or Tariff rates) for the electricity you use depends on a few things, with
the key two things being:
the amount your consume each month the classification of the location (Residential, Commercial, Industry/ etc)*
Essentially you could be paying upto 50.9 sen/kWhr for your electricity and this is expected to go
up in 2016 and for the next couple of years to keep in line with inflation.
Self-consumption is a way for you to reduce your electricity bill by installing clean solar panels
to replace the electricity you buy from the grid and one of the key benefits is the more electricity increases
in costs the more you save.