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High energy using businesses energy efficiency grants

Overview

The Energy Efficient Communities Program – High Energy Using Business Grants provides businesses with grants of up to $25,000 to improve their energy efficiency. Grants may be used for equipment and component improvements, energy audits, feasibility studies and/or energy use and emission monitoring. 

The maximum grant amount is $25,000 and the maximum project period is 18 months. The grant percentage is 50% and you are responsible for the remaining project expenditure.

Grants to support small businesses with energy costs

Program name
COVID-19 Small Business Energy Support Grant Program

The COVID-19 Small Business Energy Support Grant Program helps small businesses to reduce the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, with one-off grants of $1000 to support businesses with their energy costs.

Australasian recycling label

Program name
Australasian Recycling Label

The Australasian Recycling Label provides Australians with easy-to-understand recycling information when you need it most.  It makes it easier for you to put the right packaging in the right bin. It removes confusion, saves time and reduces waste going to landfill.

Product stewardship grants to reduce waste and increase recycling rates

Program name
National Product Stewardship Investment Fund

The National Product Stewardship Investment Fund provides grants of up to $1 million for projects that will deliver against the fund's two objectives. To accelerate work on new product stewardship schemes and/or improve rates of recycling across new and existing schemes.

Home energy audit toolkit

Program name
Home Energy Audit Toolkit

The Home Energy Audit Toolkit helps Tasmanian households assess energy use patterns and make changes to reduce energy use and save money. Many Tasmanian councils offer these on loan, free of charge.

Energy bill relief and energy efficiency assistance

Program name
Your Energy Support Program

The Your Energy Support Program provides eligible Tasmanian residential customers experiencing financial difficulties with the tools to take control of energy usage and bills.

Renewable power incentives

Program name
Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme

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.

Energy rating label

Program name
Energy Rating Label

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.

Electricity feed-in tariff

Program name
Electricity feed-in tariff

Feed-in tariffs for renewable energy pay for excess electricity generated by small-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) or wind power systems.