Round Two closed at 5.00pm Thursday 7 February 2013.
Those who applied will be informed of the outcome when known, currently anticipated mid-year.
- support a range of local councils and community organisations to increase the energy efficiency of different types of non-residential council and community-use buildings, facilities and lighting; particularly where this would benefit low socio-economic and other disadvantaged communities or support energy efficiency in regional and rural councils, and
- demonstrate and encourage the adoption of improved energy management practices within councils, organisations and the broader community.
The program is part of the government's plan for a Clean Energy Future.
The Community Energy Efficiency Program (CEEP) is a competitive merit-based grant program that provides co-funding to local governing bodies and non-profit community organisations to implement projects that deliver a range of energy efficiency measures in council and community owned buildings, facilities and sites; particularly where this would benefit low socio-economic and other disadvantaged communities or support energy efficiency in regional and rural councils.
Potential applicants should note that CEEP Round Two has a strong focus on supporting low socio-economic and other disadvantaged communities, as well as regional and rural councils.
Stakeholder updates and contact
Those interested in the program should contact the department to include their contact details for stakeholder email updates:
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 1800 830 922
The department will email these stakeholders with updated program information, as it becomes available.