NSW Government’s Home Power Savings Program for eligible families
The NSW Government has launched a free program to provide help to NSW households (namely pensioner concession card and low income health care card holders) to save power and money on their electricity bills.
The NSW Government’s Home Power Savings program is managed by the Office of Environment & Heritage (formerly Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water).
The program is available free to NSW households who hold a Centrelink Pensioner Concession card or Low Income Health Care or Department of Veterans’ Affairs Pensioner or Repatriation Health Care (Gold or White) card or if they are a Social Housing tenant or a Utility Hardship customer.
This program provides eligible participants help to save up to 20% a year on their household’s power use. More than 95,000 households throughout NSW has already taken part in this program and are on their way to saving on their power use.
Households that join the program will receive a FREE:
* Home power assessment by an energy expert to identify ways to save power in the home;
* A Power Savings Kit (valued up to $200) supplied and installed – to help kick start savings – which includes a Power saver board, 4 Energy Saving light bulbs, door snakes, door and window seal, shower timer, tap aerator, low flow showerhead;
* A Personal Power Savings Action Plan – a plan detailing tips to help reduce power usage further.
Please visit the link for more information: http://www.savepower.nsw.gov.au/