Climate Change Fund
The NSW Government's $700 million Climate Change Fund was established in July 2007 to help business, households, schools, communities and government save water, energy and greenhouse gas emissions. Programs include:
- $170 million NSW Home Saver Rebates has provided more than 330,000 NSW households with rebates for climate-friendly hot water systems, ceiling insulation, dual flush toilets, hot water circulators, rainwater tanks or water efficient washing machines. This program has now ended.
- $30 million Public Facilities program
- $20 million School Energy Efficiency program
- $150 million program under the Energy Efficiency Strategy
In addition, the Climate Change Fund provides $2 million a year for the Central Coast Water Savings Fund.
The Climate Change Fund was established under the Energy and Utilities Administration Act 1987. It incorporates the Water and Energy Savings Funds, the Climate Action Grants Program and funding from the Environmental Trust.
View the latest Climate Change Fund Annual Report.
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Page last updated: 12 December 2013