Actsmart Low Income Energy Efficiency Program
Updated April 2017
What is it?
The Actsmart Low Income Energy Efficiency Program is funded by the ACT Government and is a practical approach to assisting low income households in the ACT to reduce their energy bills. The focus of the program is on providing personalised education to support those most in need.
What will I achieve?
The aim is to assist you to reduce your energy use and make your energy bills more affordable. By participating, you can learn to:
- reduce your energy consumption
- save money
- improve the comfort of your home
- reduce your impact on the environment.
What happens if I participate?
If your household is eligible, the energy efficiency officer will:
- visit you at home and assess your needs
- provide advice and education on how to save energy
- give you an energy savings kit with energy savings tips, a shower timer, thermometer and a heated throw rug.
- draught proof your home to assist with increased comfort and energy savings
- other assistance if required
How do I apply?
For more information, or to see if you are eligible, please contact St Vincent de Paul.
Who runs it?
The program is funded by the ACT Government’s Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate and delivered by St Vincent de Paul.
The Society of St Vincent de Paul
Phone: 6234 7424