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Government Incentives

Incentives Available for our clients

The government has promoted and encouraged the transition to energy efficient LED’s by providing substantial rebates and incentives.  You can sometimes get up to half of your investment back with proper documentation and submission of the required paperwork.  Don’t know where to start? That’s ok; Proenergy take care of the entire process for you.

Proenergy is able to give you the benefit of huge savings when you transition to  modern LED lights.  Best part? You see the savings every month.  So, the less carbon emissions your energy use is putting into the air, the fuller your bank account becomes.

New South Wales established the Energy Savings Scheme to assist households and business in reducing electricity consumption and cost.  Businesses that take the initiative to replace their less efficient products with cleaner equipment can gain financial incentives.  Electricity retailers who are mandatory scheme participants, then buy the energy saving certificates to meet their own legislated targets.  Energy saving certificates are defined as the currency of the scheme.
For more information visit:
http://www.ess.nsw.gov.au

In Victoria, the Victorian Energy Efficiency Target (VEET) operates by placing a liability on large energy retailers in Victoria to surrender a specified number of energy efficiency certificates every year.  Energy retailers with a liability under the scheme are known as “Relevant Entities”.  These relevant entities are able to create certificates direct, or purchase certificates in a competitive market, or both.

The Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme (REES) will operate to 2020.  The REES is a South Australian Government initiative that requires larger energy retailer to help households and business save energy.  The objective of the scheme is to reduce household and business energy use.  This will provide associated energy costs and greenhouse gas emission benefits.
For more information visit:
http://www.escosa.sa.gov.au/residential-energy-efficiency-scheme-rees.aspx