This section has been created to provide you, our customer, with useful and up to date information on whatever product or service that is of interest to you. It contains handy links to further relevant information and various downloads will be available covering our full scope of products and services. The section will regularly be updated for your convenience, as the consumer if you feel there is information that would be of benefit that we don't currently have please let us know, we welcome all feedback from our clients and business partners.
Clean Energy Council Solar Power Consumer Guide
ET Solar 250W panels data sheet
ET Solar Warranty Policy
Apricus Solar Hot Water Warranty Policy
Hills Solar Closure Information
Solar Power Cleaning & Maintenance Brochure
Energy Management Brochure
Energy Monitoring Solutions Brochure
ENERGY SAVINGS SCHEME (NSW)
NSW Energy Savings Scheme is administered by the NSW Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART).
This energy efficiency initiative commenced on 1 July 2009 and is planned to continue until 2020. The aim of the ESS is to create financial incentives for anyone who improves their energy efficiency and reduces carbon emissions in the process. By stimulating investment in energy efficient activities, the ESS seeks to improve market perception and produce widespread investment in energy efficiency.
Energy Savers Scheme Website
Overview of Energy Savers Scheme
Energy Savers Scheme How it Works
Energy Savers Scheme FAQs
COMMUNITY ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAM (Federal)
This is a merit-based grant program established by the Commonwealth Government to provide matched funding to local councils and non-profit community organisations to undertake energy efficiency upgrades and retrofits to council and community-use buildings, facilities and lighting.
Key objectives of the program are to:
• support a range of local councils and community organisations to improve the energy efficiency of different types of non residential council and community use buildings, facilities and lighting
• demonstrate and encourage the adoption of improved energy management practices within councils, organisations and the broader community
Federal Community Energy Efficiency Program Website
Federal Community Energy Efficiency Program Fact Sheet
Federal Community Energy Efficiency Program FAQs
An assortment of other Grants & Assistance are available to businesses, further information can be found at: