Televisions

Did you know that your old television may be unnecessarily contributing to high energy costs?

Recent developments in technology mean that televisions purchased today can be powered much more efficiently, saving your back-pocket.

The Victorian Government is committed to helping households and businesses reduce their bills by offering financial incentives for purchasing energy efficient televisions. So, next time you're looking to buy a new TV for home or work, purchase an energy-efficient one. This is a simple way to reduce your energy consumption, save money and help the environment.

Am I eligible to participate?

All Victorian households and businesses are eligible to participate.

How to participate?

To participate, you need to use the services of an accredited provider which must use Victorian Energy Upgrades-approved products. To be approved, each product must be registered by the administrator of the program, the Essential Services Commission, and meet minimum efficiency, quality and safety benchmarks. These products can be purchased directly from the accredited provider or from a third party such as an appliance retailer (in-store or online). Make sure to ask your accredited provider for more information about how this works.

How to choose an accredited provider?

As with any market, it's worth shopping around and working out the right fit for your needs. Check the table below to find an accredited provider in your area but, when searching, remember to find the best deal by following these tips:

Check out accredited providers

There is a range of businesses accredited under the Victorian Energy Upgrades program offering different types of products, services, expertise and costs. 

Ensure the product's suitability

There are a lot of products approved for installation as part of the Victorian Energy Upgrades program. Not all products are of the same quality or suitability for all working environments.

Check the level of incentive

The amount of incentive an accredited provider gives to its customers for participating in Victorian Energy Upgrades can vary.