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Northern Territory (NT)


In the Northern Territory, there are several incentives and rebates available for educational institutions and similar organizations looking to adopt renewable energy and electric vehicle (EV) technologies:

1. Solar and Battery Rebates: The Northern Territory Home and Business Battery Scheme offers rebates for the purchase and installation of battery storage systems. This is particularly beneficial for organizations in Darwin and other parts of the Northern Territory facing high electricity rates, as it can significantly reduce energy costs.

2. Electric Vehicle Incentives: The Northern Territory government provides several incentives to encourage the adoption of electric vehicles. This includes a $1,500 subsidy on stamp duty for battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs), along with reduced registration fees for these vehicles for five years starting from July 1, 2022. Additionally, there are grants available for the installation of home, workplace, and public EV chargers.

3. Registration and Stamp Duty Concessions: For electric vehicles, the NT government offers concessions that include free registration and a stamp duty concession of up to $1,500 for vehicles valued up to $50,000. These incentives make EVs more affordable and encourage their use among institutions that may benefit from reduced operational costs associated with vehicle maintenance and fuel.

These incentives are part of broader strategies to promote renewable energy and sustainable transportation in the region, aligning with the NT Government's Roadmap to Renewables and Climate Change Response and Action Plan. For educational institutions, leveraging these rebates and incentives can not only reduce operational costs but also serve as a practical component of environmental education and sustainability practices.

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