Water-efficient showerhead exchange programs are run by some retail water corporations operating across Victoria.
The Solar Hot Water rebates provides Victorian households with $1000 to assist with the purchase of a solar or heat pump hot water system. Not for profit community housing providers are also eligible to apply on behalf of their tenants.
The Solar Panel Rebate provides Victorian households with rebates of up to $2225 to install solar PV panels. Not for profit community housing providers are also eligible to apply for the rebate on behalf of the tenants.
Feed-in tariffs for renewable energy pay for excess electricity generated by small-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) or wind power systems.
Households 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 Victorian Energy Upgrades program provides Victorian households with access to discounted energy-efficient products and services through accredited service providers.
The Victorian Residential Efficiency Scorecard helps Victorian households better understand the energy performance of their homes by allocating a rating between 1 and 10 stars.
The Victorian Energy Upgrades program helps Victorian households and businesses save energy with a range of discounts and special offers on selected energy saving products and services including fridges, freezers, heaters and hot water systems.
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.