SOLAR power customers scrambling to sign up before tomorrow's cut-off for a premium tariff have been warned: get it wrong and you will miss out.
Aurora Energy has been flooded with applicants - 3000 since last week's announcement, 900 yesterday alone and 450 before 9am today - hoping to secure a feed-in tariff of 28 cents per kilowatt hour.
After tomorrow, the feed-in tariff will drop to eight cents.
Aurora's Customer Service Manager Felicity Novy said the demand meant staff may not have time to contact people whose applications were incomplete before the deadline closes.
``Customers who lodged their application online and received a receipt of lodgement prior to 5pm Tuesday August 27 can assume that their application is complete,'' she said.
- ensure the application form is completed in full
- provide evidence they have paid a deposit
- provide evidence of a signed contract with the installer.
Application requirements are available online here.