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Low Income Energy Efficiency Program

Dates available: 
13 February 2012 to 27 March 2013

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Applications submitted to Round Two of the Low Income Energy Efficiency Program have been assessed and applicants informed of the outcome.

The Low Income Energy Efficiency Program is a competitive merit-based grant program established by the Commonwealth Government to provide grants to consortia of government, business and community organisations to trial approaches to improve the energy efficiency of low income households and enable them to better manage their energy use.

The program is part of the government's plan for a Clean Energy Future.

Program objectives

The objectives of the Low Income Energy Efficiency Program are to:

  • trial and evaluate a number of different approaches in various locations that assist low income households to be more energy efficient
  • capture and analyse data and information to inform future energy efficiency policy and program approaches.

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Interested parties can join the LIEEP Stakeholder Networking Group to network with other LIEEP stakeholders.

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