Energy efficiency for your business
Unlock productivity gains, reduce emissions and drive competitive advantage
We can help you target, prioritise and implement the best energy efficiency opportunities for your business. Eligible businesses can also receive subsidised, specialist advice and project support from our approved energy efficiency experts.
We can help your business
- Identify opportunities by connecting you to an energy specialist who can identify big savings opportunities.
- Deliver projects from business case to quote, evaluation and engineering design.
- Access funding for your project, including the Energy Savings Scheme.
- Upskill your people through practical, interactive training courses.
We have saved on maintenance costs in addition to the savings made on our electricity bills. The flow on effects for staff morale and for wine quality have been significant.
— Greg Silkman, First Creek Winemaking Services General Manager
There's more on offer if you’re a big energy user
Our training courses are useful for all businesses – small, medium and large. But our detailed technical support and energy audits are best suited for businesses that spend more than $80,000 a year on energy.
We can assist with some of your costs, for example:
- Up to 50% off the cost of an energy audit.
- Up to $10,000 potentially available to assist with technical expertise to support the implementation of your project.
- A financial contribution towards measurement and verification services to ensure that your upgrade is delivering you the expected savings.
Take action right now
Getting started is easy. Get in touch:
- Email us
- Or call on 1300 361 967 (ask for the Energy Efficient Business team).
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Find out more
Use our detailed guides to improve the energy efficiency of systems in your business.
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Page last updated: 19 May 2016