What Rebates are Available?
Cash rebates for energy efficient hot water services.
There are a number of government initiatives designed to encourage the use of energy efficient products including the use of Quantum Heat Pump hot water services.
Small Scale Technology Certificates
Every Quantum Heat Pump installed is eligible for a rebate under the Federal Government Small Scale Technology Certificate Scheme (STCs). For a product to be eligible, it is required to undertake independent testing to determine just how efficient it is. It is then awarded a number of energy efficiency certificates (STCs) based on this result.
The number of STCs a product is awarded is a direct representation of how much energy the system will save over a 10 year period, compared to a conventional electric water heater. The higher the STC rating, the more efficient the system, and the more you’ll save in electricity.
STC Rebate Value Calculations
The final dollar value of an STC rebate depends on a heat pump’s energy efficiency, the location of its installation and the current STC trading value.
You can also view the STC values for all Quantum heat pumps here together with a guide to Australia’s rebate zones by postcode.
For more information on STCs, visit: ret.cleanenergyregulator.gov.au
How you can save
Government rebates on this product are available today. With ever-increasing energy costs it makes sense to invest in an energy efficient hot water service and now is a great time to upgrade.
Federal Government rebates
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Cash rebate paid to your bank account.
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT REBATES
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Find out how much you’ll save by installing a Quantum Heat Pump.
Victorian Energy Efficiency Certificates
If you live in Victoria, there is an additional State Government program whereby eligible installations are awarded Victorian Energy Efficiency Certificates (VEECs), also redeemable for a cash rebate. If you qualify – you could be eligible for both the Federal and State Government rebates.
For more information on VEECs, visit: https://www.esc.vic.gov.au/victorian-energy-upgrades-program/activities-offered-under-veu-program/other-veu-activities/water-heating-and-space-heating-and-cooling-activities
Hot water service options
In 2010, all states and territories (except Tasmania) agreed to phase out greenhouse intensive (electric) Hot Water Services.
Economical to run
Eligible for rebates.