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Coronavirus: Energy efficiency grants up to $20,000

30 July 2020

VACC Alliance Partner, Smart Power is offering its industry expertise to members interested in applying for the Federal Government's Energy Efficient Communities Program. The initiative provides small businesses $5,000 – $20,000 grants in order to help them improve energy efficiency.

If successful, businesses can use funds to save energy through: 

  • replacing existing equipment with higher efficiency equipment
  • installing or replacing a component/s to help an existing system run more efficiently
  • carrying out energy audits
  • carrying out monitoring of energy usage and emissions.

The grant opportunity is available to small businesses with an annual turnover of less than $10 million per year, based on Business Activity Statements from the last 12-month period.

To ensure VACC members put their best foot forward, Smart Power is offering their expertise during the application process and members are encouraged to contact:

Smart Power
Steve Brown
M: 0407516582
E: steve.brown@smtpwr.com

For more information
Australian Government: Funding for small businesses to improve energy efficiency, reduce costs and lower energy consumption

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