Re: Free Solar Power system?!2
Apr 19, 2009 8:19 pm
My suggestion is this with their offer and all the current offers around. Read the terms and conditions and if you don't understamd them get some assistance with interpretation. We have been looking at this rebate, as I had a job holiday and qualify under the program. We have been considering the Origin Energy offer. This is the first time I have seen the Nu Energy one, so thanks for posting the details.
I have just looked at the terms on their website and I personally would have some concerns. For something that is a free offer and takes advantage of the $8,000 rebate why are they asking you to pay $2,500 up front. Even though they say it will be refunded, it states the following-
10.5 We will refund to You the full amount of the Deposit within 60 days after the last of the following things occurs:
(a) completion of the installation of the Goods; and
(b) full and proper completion by You of the Residential Installation Report, which specifies that the Rebate must be paid to Us.
Now I am sure they will say they need the money to cover their costs but I would still be concerned that this payment was not coming back to me until they install. There is a huge back log in orders with a lot of these companies with install delays being mentioned at many months. I am not saying there is anything wrong with this offer but just the old buyer be ware should apply. Maybe they could supply some customer references for this offer. This might make me consider.
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