Submetering grants for NSW businesses to increase energy efficiency available now
Metering and monitoring systems are a cost-effective way for NSW businesses to manage and reduce their energy use.
These systems use a combination of hardware and software to collect and analyse data about energy performance. This data can then be used to help businesses save energy and cut costs. A well-planned and designed metering and monitoring system can save your business energy and money.
The NSW Government are investing $12 million to support businesses throughout the metering and monitoring process. This metering package will include support to install meters and access expert services to develop comprehensive metering and monitoring plans. This will help businesses overcome some of the barriers to implementing energy efficiency projects.
The metering package includes the following offers. Each offer will support businesses at a different stage of the metering and monitoring process. These offers will be rolled out over the next 5 years.
We will fund up to 50% of the cost of purchasing and installing submeters on equipment, up to $20,000 per site. Businesses can apply for funding for multiple sites across NSW. All projects must be complete by 30 June 2023.
Applications are now open.
Learn more about the grant, eligibility, and how to apply online.
Metering and monitoring planning offer
We will support NSW businesses to establish comprehensive metering and monitoring plans to enable energy productivity improvements. The plans will identify submetering gaps and provide a costed proposal to implement recommendations for improving metering and monitoring systems.
Applications will open in late 2022.
Metering plan implementation grants
We will fund up to 50% of the cost of implementing the recommendations from approved metering and monitoring plans.
Applications are expected to open in the first half of 2023.
Energy performance services support
We will support NSW businesses make the best use of their existing metered data to continuously improve energy efficiency and productivity.
Applications are expected to open in 2024.
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