Saving Energy With Ecosaver in Victoria
Ecosaver has multiple products to help your home or business be more energy efficient.
Make Your Business or Home More Energy-Efficient with Ecosaver
For a commercial setting, we offer energy-efficient lighting and solar panels; these products will reduce a business's carbon footprint and help it save money. We also have rebates on several products for homeowners, including solar panels. We also have free products for homeowners, like energy monitors and door seals.
Contact Ecosaver today to enquire about energy-saving products for your Victorian home or business.
What Does Ecosaver Offer for Victorian Businesses?
There are several energy-saving products that you can get on Ecosaver to save money for your business in Victoria; some of these include:
Using these products for your business will save energy and reduce CO2 emissions.
What Residential Products Can You Obtain Through Ecosaver?
While Victorian businesses must use less energy because of the size of the sites and the number of electrical products required, you also need to promote energy efficiency in your home.
Here are some free products we offer that can help you save energy:
Fill Out the Ecosaver Contact Form to Enquire About Energy Saving Products!Enter your full name, email and contact number to enquire about our products. We will then determine your eligibility and arrange installation!
Energy Efficiency in Victoria FAQs
Victorian homes must achieve an energy rating of 7 stars from the 1st of May 2024.
Additionally, homes in Victoria will need to achieve a whole-of-home rating of 60 or more; this is under the NatHERS option.
Your house is energy-efficient if you have a high start and whole-of-home rating.
If you want new solar panels for your home in Victoria and are eligible for the rebate, you get a maximum of $1400. Alternatively, you get 50% of the purchase price for the solar panel product.
If you buy solar panels that are $1100, you get $550 back.
For general cleaning of door seals, use a damp cloth.
Some areas around door seals are hard to get to; you can still use a damp cloth for these, but we also recommend trying a toothbrush for the hard-to-reach gaps.
Maintaining the door seal will ensure its longevity.