Western Australia

High energy using businesses energy efficiency grants


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.

Electricity feed-in tariff

Program name
Distributed Energy Buyback Scheme

The Distributed Energy Buyback Scheme offers payments households, schools and not-for-profit organisations for electricity exported to the grid from solar PV systems, batteries and electric vehicles.

Consumer advocacy and research grants

Program name
Advocacy for Consumers of Energy Grants Program

The Western Australian Advocacy for Consumers of Energy Grants Program will provide support to household and small business energy consumer advocacy and research so that that the long-term interests of energy consumers are served.

Water leak repair rebate

Program name
Leak Assist


The Water Corporation Leak Assist program provides eligible homeowners in Perth and Mandurah with a $100 rebate to have a water leak repaired. 

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.

Plant selector web tool

Program name
Waterwise plants

The Water Corporation Waterwise plants web tool  makes it easier for Western Australians to choose plants that are suited to their local soil and weather conditions.

Broadacre farm water audit

Program name
Farm Water Supply Planning Scheme

The Farm Water Supply Planning Scheme assists eligible Western Australian broadacre farmers with a rebate to have a water audit done.

Rainwater tank rebate

Program name
Rainwater Rewards Program

The Rainwater Rewards Program provides eligible customers, including residential and non-residential properties, in the Denmark and Walpole regions of Western Australia with rebates of up to $1000 to install or replace a rainwater tank.