The South Australian Home Battery Scheme helps households to access state government subsidies and loans of up to $3000 to pay for the installation of home battery systems.
The Virtual Power Plant initiative is now open for South Australians to register their interest.
Households and small businesses across Australia that install a small scale renewable energy system (solar, wind or hydro) or eligible hot water system may be able to receive a benefit under the Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme (SRES) to help with the purchase cost.
The Retailer Energy Productivity Scheme (REPS) supports SA households and businesses in reducing their energy costs. It will also support the state’s transition to a modern, flexible energy system. The REPS also focuses on low-income households.
The Energy Rating Label shows the energy efficiency and energy consumption of rated products allowing comparison of running costs over the life of the product.
Feed-in tariffs for renewable energy pay for excess electricity generated by small-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) or wind power systems.
The No Interest Loans Scheme (NILS) offers individuals and families on low incomes access to safe, fair and affordable loans for purchasing appliances and some other essential household expenses.
The Energy Rating Calculator App is available from energyrating.gov.au to assist consumers choose energy-efficient appliances and save on electricity bills.
The National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme provides households and small businesses with access to free recycling services for televisions and computers, including printers, computer parts and peripherals.
The Light Bulb Saver App and video are available from energyrating.gov.au to help consumers identify the most suitable lighting options for their needs.