The Energy Savings Scheme (ESS) commenced on 1 July 2009. It is designed to help NSW families and businesses save money on their power bills by increasing the opportunities to improve energy efficiency. Reducing electricity use will also help shield customers from rising electricity prices and from future electricity price increases caused in part by the introduction of the national carbon pricing mechanism on 1 July 2012. The ESS establishes legislated annual energy savings targets that must be met through the creation and surrender of Energy Savings Certificates (ESCs).
Reducing electricity has two benefits:
lower electricity bills
additional revenue from the sale of certificates.
Including your project in the Energy Savings Scheme may make investing in energy efficient equipment more feasible. It could improve your return on investment and make projects with marginal energy savings more viable.
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