Most Australian states provide energy efficiency programs;
|NSW||Energy Saver program: a subsidised energy assessment
Energy Savings Scheme: carbon credits issued in response to energy efficient upgrades (eg. fitting of variable speed drives)
|Environment and Heritage|
|Tas||The Energy Efficient Loan Scheme will assist eligible businesses to purchase and install renewable-energy generation facilities or manufacture renewable-energy technology.
AgriGrowth loans are also available to farmers in Tasmania.
|Department of State Growth|
|Vic||The Victorian Energy Efficiency Target can save businesses money through creating certificates when energy-efficiency improvements are made to your business. There are now 33 categories of energy-saving activities covered by the VEET scheme, including 6 specifically tailored to the business sector: motors; refrigerated display cabinets; refrigeration fans; commercial lighting; and prerinse spray valves.||Essential Services Commission|
|Qld||ecoBiz is a free eco-efficiency program which provides tools, training and detailed information to assist Queensland businesses to become more efficient. ecoBiz can help your business improve efficiencies and reduce resource use for financial and environmental benefits. Businesses that complete the program and reassess their eco-efficiency may be recognised as ecoBiz partners.||Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland|
|SA||Resource Efficiency Assistance Program is for small and medium businesses (less than 200 employees) to measure their resource usage through auditing waste, energy, water, systems and plant efficiency.||Zero Waste SA|
|NT||No programs currently available|
|WA||No programs currently available|
|ACT||Business Energy and Water Program rebates are available to businesses upgrading to water-efficient and energy-efficient technologies.||ACTsmart|