Are you finding an expert Essential Services Commission(ESC) approved VEET LED installer in Melbourne, Australia? Here’s everything you need to know about.
The Victorian Energy Efficiency Target (VEET) scheme was launched in 2009 as part of Australia’s energy efficiency drive (now called Victorian Energy Upgrades). After every 10 years, the energy saver scheme rebrands itself.
Essential Services Commission(ESC)
Essential Services Commission (ESC) is the government regulator established by the state of Victoria, Australia for regulating essential services supplied by the government, e.g., electricity, gas, and water. It works under the Essential Services Commission Act of 2001. The energy regulator is responsible for:
- Licensing businesses involved in supplying electricity and gas in Victoria.
- Establishing and maintaining codes and guidelines that outline the rules for the distribution of electricity and gas as well as retail energy sale in Victoria
- Promoting and enforcing compliance with the codes.
- Reporting on the performance of energy businesses and on energy prices.
The Ultimate Goal of ESC VEET Scheme
In Victoria, the government initiative aims to decrease greenhouse gas emissions and make energy upgrades affordable for every household and business. This drive has been running for over a decade now and has been making it easier for Victorian households and businesses to switch to energy-efficient LEDs.
Using incandescent or CFL bulbs adds considerably to the overall electricity bills and has other implications for the environment. This is where VEU-approved LED lights that meet the quality standards come into play. These lights consume very little energy and produce very little heat.
This is a win-win situation for every user in Victoria. To encourage energy-saving activities for home and business owners in Victoria:
- The program establishes an Accredited Person who is authorized to create a Victorian Energy Efficiency Certificate (VEECs) under the Victorian Energy Upgrades Scheme.
- APs perform a lighting upgrade in a residential or commercial property.
- The Accredited Person then creates a number of VEECs according to the number of rebated lighting upgrades performed.
Generally, one VEEC is equivalent to 1 tonne of CO2 emission abatement. This is calculated by comparing the differential between current energy use of old products and the estimated energy consumption by new lighting products, i.e., LEDs. The VEECs determine eligibility for the total rebate LED installation in their house or commercial setup.
The VEET (or VEU) upgrades are regulated by strict guidelines that underline the conditions under which certificates can be created. The minimum energy efficiency requirements are also specified in order to be eligible for the upgrade. The program is monitored by the Essential Services Commission (ESC) which helps consumers be aware of the initiative and its benefits.
Why You Need an Expert VEET LED Installer?
It is important to get your installation done by an expert VEET LED Installer who first assess your property for suitable lighting solution and then replace old lights with LED lights. The replacement should be seamless and done in a time-bound manner. Post-install audits and support are also important for a successful upgrade.
We are expert VEET LED installers who have years of experience in performing thousands of successful residential and commercial upgrades across Victoria. Our team of A-grade electricians completes the installation flawlessly so that your house is not at risk of fire.
The process starts with booking a no-obligation appointment, followed by a free site assessment. Our professional installers complete the installation once the assessment is complete. With years of experience under our belt, we provide quality LED upgrades in any location or setup.