The Life Support Energy Rebate (LSER) helps cover the energy costs for eligible NSW customers who need, or have someone living with them who needs to use approved energy-intensive medical equipment at home.
A rebate, a reduction in the cost of an item or service.
The Seniors Energy Rebate is available for eligible independent NSW retirees who hold a Commonwealth Seniors Health Card to help cover the cost of their electricity.
The Low Income Household Rebate (LIHR) helps low income NSW households cover the costs of their energy bills.
The Medical Energy Rebate helps to cover energy costs for NSW customers who have an inability to self-regulate body temperature when exposed to extreme environmental temperatures.
The life support concession provides a daily discount to eligible Tasmanian customers who use an approved life support system or who live with someone who uses such a system in their principal place of residence.
A daily discount is available to eligible Tasmanian customers who have, or who live with a person who has, a medical condition that requires the cooling or heating of the customer's principal place of residence.
Members of the Northern Territory (NT) Concession Scheme can receive a concession on electricity costs.
The $250 Power Saving Bonus (PSB) is a one-off $250 payment to provide direct support to vulnerable Victorian households experiencing energy bill stress due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Queensland concession card holders including pensioners, seniors and veterans may be eligible for an electricity or gas rebate to reduce their energy bills.
SolarHub, with funding from the NSW Government, is offering a point of sale discount to approximately 650 residential and small business customers to encourage battery installation.