What is the Home Energy Assessment program?
The Society delivers the Actsmart Home Energy Efficiency Program on behalf of the ACT Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate across the ACT.
The program supports low income households to reduce their energy bills (electricity and gas), by educating people about energy usage and modifying homes to become more energy efficient.
This is done through home visitations, during which an Energy Efficiency Officer:
• performs individual household energy assessment
• provides tailored advice to help reduce energy usage
• performs draught-proofing of the house
• provides new energy efficient appliances and fittings, e.g. fridge, reverse cycle air conditioning, curtains and heated throw rugs (subject to additional eligibility requirements)
Where is the service located?
Our office is located in Deakin, however the Energy Efficiency Outreach Officer can visit you at home anywhere in the ACT.
Who benefits from the Energy Efficiency Outreach Program?
Anyone who is on a low income and is financially disadvantaged.
How can I find out more about the Energy Efficiency Outreach Program?
For more information please email: EnergyEfficiency@svdp-cg.org.au or call (02) 6234 7408