Rebates have generally been aimed at solar installation, whether this is just because there is more local solar available than small wind i’m not sure; but if I had to state an opinion I would say that solar is generally safer for local installation, just because it’s a static as opposed to dynamic system and has no impact on its immediate environment whereas wind does.
There are also feed in tariffs that award premium power costs for kW-hr fed back into the grid, which applies to any variety of on-site power generation.
This is a good source for information regarding specific rebates: http://www.energymatters.com.au/government-rebates/
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