The Victorian government offers various incentives and bonuses to encourage energy-saving practices, including power-saving bonuses. Here are some examples of power-saving bonuses available in Victoria:
Energy-efficient appliance rebates: The Victorian Energy Upgrades program offers rebates on energy-efficient appliances such as fridges, freezers, and televisions.
Solar panel rebates: The Solar Homes program offers rebates for eligible households to install solar panels and battery storage systems, helping to reduce energy bills.
Energy-efficient home upgrades: The Victorian Energy Upgrades program also offers rebates for energy-efficient upgrades to homes, including insulation, draught-proofing, and efficient heating and cooling systems.
Time-of-use tariffs: Some energy providers offer time-of-use tariffs, which incentivize households to shift their energy use to off-peak hours, such as during the night, when energy prices are lower.
LED lighting upgrades: The Victorian Energy Upgrades program offers rebates for upgrading to energy-efficient LED lighting, which can help to significantly reduce energy use.
To take advantage of these power-saving bonuses, check with your energy provider or visit the Victorian government’s energy-saving website for more information on eligibility criteria and how to apply.