Victorian Energy Upgrades is providing businesses with access to discounts on a wide range of energy-saving products through accredited providers.
The program can save small to medium businesses on average $670 a year off energy bills. Depending on the upgrades, these savings can go into the thousands.
How to access savings for your business
There are accredited providers across Victoria offering a variety of energy-saving products.
Our energy saving products page has information on an accredited provider in your area.
Then choose the accredited provider that best suits your needs and book in a time for them to visit your business.
Once you decide to go ahead with the upgrade, track your bills and see the savings!
How does Victorian Energy Upgrades work?
This Victorian Government program is providing households and businesses with access to discounted energy-saving products and upgrades through accredited providers.
Every upgrade allows accredited providers to generate Victorian Energy Efficiency Certificates.
Each certificate represents one tonne of greenhouse gas that has been prevented from entering our atmosphere.
Accredited providers then sell these certificates to energy retailers.
The Victorian Government sets annual greenhouse gas reduction targets that require energy retailers to buy a certain number of certificates.
In 2017, we’re asking our energy retailers to help reduce Victoria’s greenhouse gas emissions by 5.9 million tonnes through energy efficiency. That’s equivalent to taking 1.5 million cars off the road!
The target increases each year and will be 6.5 million tonnes in 2020.
However, all you need to remember is that Victorian Energy Upgrades is making it easier and cheaper for you to make energy-efficient upgrades for your business.
Victorian Energy Upgrades is helping businesses save on energy bills
Victorian Energy Upgrades is helping businesses save on energy bills and take action on climate change.
“The savings made the business case a no-brainer for us. Our energy bills have been cut by $300,000 a year.” Leon Fairfield, Logistics Operations Manager, Metcash Trading Ltd
Download a leaflet for the Metcash Trading Ltd case study.
Page last updated: 14/01/19