They legislated through the federal government that every solar install had to comply to state and territory building regulations. Well here in the Northern territory that means, especially here in the top end, you have to have a building permit. So then all the panel testing came into it to comply. So there are systems out there now that do comply, but they don't have a building permit. So people want to sell the house. Unfortunately, they're going to have to get a building permit and certificate of occupancy to get all signed off. And that can be done, but quite a bit more expensive getting it done now than what it would have been back when it was done. We do a section 40, that's the equipment that goes on the roof on how it's done. Then there's the building permit and then there's once it's been installed it's then an inspection happens, tick boxes, and the certificate of occupancy is then submitted. So they're the process that happen. When you're looking at the section 40, this is the part where everything all fits in to your wind loading. If they're a good quality system, good quality panel, you're not going to have a problem.
What is the building compliance process in the Northern Territory if you're installing solar power?