Welcome to the website of the Victorian Energy Efficiency Target (VEET) scheme.
The VEET scheme is a Victorian Government initiative promoted as the Energy Saver Incentive. It commenced on 1 January 2009 and is administered by the Essential Services Commission (ESC). The scheme was established under the Victorian Energy Efficiency Target Act 2007 and is administered in accordance with the Victorian Energy Efficiency Target Regulations 2008.
The VEET scheme is designed to make energy efficiency improvements more affordable, contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gases, and encourage investment, employment and innovation in industries that supply energy efficiency goods and services.
Under the scheme, accredited businesses can offer discounts and special offers on selected energy saving products and appliances installed at homes, businesses or other non-residential premises. The bigger the greenhouse gas reduction, the bigger the potential saving.
Whether you are, or represent, an energy consumer wanting to access benefits under the scheme, or are a business interested in becoming accredited, or even someone looking to trade in energy efficiency certificates, this website provides the information you will need. Simply navigate to the relevant sections using the menu on the left.
On this website you will also find an explanation of how the scheme works and the roles of the various stakeholders, as well a number of public registers - including the register of Victorian energy efficiency certificates (VEECs).
Businesses already accredited under the scheme can access their account by using the login on the top right hand side of the page. To be redirected to the main Essential Services Commission website, click here.
12 February 2016 - The Essential Services Commission is proposing changes to mandatory safety training requirements for installers, as outlined in a position paper available on the Consultation page here. Please note that submissions close on Friday 4 March.
1 February 2016 - A new prescribed activity under Schedule 21 (Incandescent Lighting) - Schedule 21 E involving the replacement of a mains voltage GU10 halogen lamp of at least 35 watts with a low energy GU10 lamp - commences operation in the VEET scheme today. Further information about the amendment and its implications for VEET stakeholders is available here.
29 January 2016 - The Essential Services Commission has decided to impose a restriction on the accreditation of Spencer Cafe Pty Ltd trading as VERT & CLEAN from 28 January 2016. During the period of the accreditation restriction, VERT & CLEAN is prohibited from undertaking any activities prescribed in Schedule 21 of the VEET Regulations 2008 until it has satisfied the Commission that it has adequate training, systems, processing and auditing controls in place to ensure future Schedule 21 prescribed activities comply with the VEET Act 2007 and the Regulations.
30 December 2015 - A number of VEET regulatory amendments and associated administrative changes take effect from 1 January 2016. For details, please refer to the information bulletin on the Publications page of this website.