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Rental properties are less likely to have solar PV installations than owner-occupied properties, resulting in higher electricity bills and greenhouse gas emissions. This paper suggests that government programs that coordinate and change the incentives faced by landlords, renters, property managers and solar installers can help address this imbalance.
The Australia Institute has provided three recommendations, as well as a series of design principles, for the South Australian Government to consider.