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Energy Efficiency Improvement Scheme (ACT)

As an approved provider under the EEIS, Ecosaver has the expertise to make your switch to sustainability faster, easier, and more affordable.


What is the Energy Efficiency Improvement Scheme (EEIS)?

The Energy Efficiency Improvement Scheme (EEIS) is an ACT initiative that pushes electricity retailers to help small businesses and homeowners transition to sustainability for less. Here’s how it works.

Under the EEIS, all electricity retailers have an obligation to achieve a designated amount of energy savings each year. To reach this goal, energy retailers are willing to offer rebates and financial incentives to businesses and homeowners that invest in eligible green-energy solutions. This translates to massive cost savings when you switch to sustainability.

The only way to take advantage of the EEIS is to partner with an approved provider like Ecosaver. We’ll handle compliance, offer expert advice, and take care of your upgrades, making your transition to green energy more straightforward than ever.


Leverage the EEIS and start saving today with Ecosaver

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How the EEIS benefits Australia

The EEIS is more than a way to save money. It’s also a great way to do your bit for Australia’s net-zero future. So far, the EEIS initiative has:

  • Saved over 700,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide.
  • Assisted 80,000 households and businesses in reducing their household energy costs
  • Helped over 4300 small businesses receive LED lighting upgrades.

Which projects are eligible under the EEIS?

Some of the upgrades you could secure for less under the EEIS include:


  • Energy-efficient LED lighting upgrades
  • Insulation improvements
  • Heat pump hot water systems
  • Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Upgrades
  • Solar panel installations
  • Appliance upgrades
  • Window and door upgrades
  • Energy management systems

How to apply for the EEIS

The key to unlocking the benefits of the EEIS is to ally with an approved provider like Ecosaver. We can provide efficient upgrades to help your home or small business reduce its energy usage. That saves you money and enables you to work toward a sustainable future. Here’s how our process works.

  • We visit your property and conduct a thorough energy audit.
  • We create and present an accessible proposal outlining our recommendations.
  • Once you agree, we install your upgrades on your behalf.
  • We continually keep you in the know, making improvements as required to help you take full advantage of the EEIS.
Ready to kickstart your journey to sustainability? Connect with our team of experts or call 1300 32 67 87 today.

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Ecosaver goes beyond the role of traditional green-energy consultants. We’re your cost-saving partner and reliable ally in the fight against climate change. Reach out to our team of experts today to start your energy-saving journey with confidence.


To leverage the EEIS, you must partner with an approved provider. Ecosaver will streamline the process, ensuring your energy-efficient upgrades meet the requirements for the EEIS. Plus, we’ll even install the upgrades on your behalf. We’re your trusted advisor, reliable expert, and team of in-house technicians all rolled into one. Get in touch today to kickstart your EEIS journey.

The EEIS makes it faster, easier, and more affordable for businesses and homeowners to switch to sustainability. This encourages and incentivises sustainability by making it more accessible. Whether it’s an ultra-efficient LED lighting upgrade, cost-effective HVAC solution, or energy-saving hot water heat pump, partnering with an approved EEIS provider like Ecosaver can help you transition to sustainability for less.

Yes, you need to own a business or home in the Australian Capital Territory to be eligible for the EEIS. That said, there are dozens of other outstanding state-dependent schemes you can take advantage of today. Browse our pages for Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia today.

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