Business cashback incentives
The peak demand period in the South Mackay area is 10am to 2pm, Monday to Friday, October to April.
Below is a list of actions to make your business more energy efficient and cashback incentives for which you can apply. To be eligible for an incentive payment, the energy management measures implemented must reduce demand on the network during the stated peak demand period. Please note you must apply for pre-approval for cashback incentives before implementing any changes.
All applications must be approved and completed by 30 June 2019.
|Upgrade air conditioning, lighting or other equipment with more energy efficient models||Reduce electricity running costs||Up to $100/kVA of reduced network peak demand||Savings from change, including diversity factor, must occur during specified peak demand times||Supplier / installer's invoice. Measurement and verification report may also be required. To be negotiated with applicant and outlined in Letter of Offer|
|Permanently remove or shift electricity usage from peak to off-peak periods||May benefit from time of use tariffs||Up to $100/kVA of reduced network peak demand||Savings from change, including diversity factor, must occur during specified peak demand times||Negotiated with applicant and outlined in Letter of Offer|
|Improve power factor (PF)||Improve efficiency and life of equipment||Up to $100/kVA of reduced network peak demand||Cashback incentives only apply to improvements above level required by Regulation: low voltage (<1 kV) 0.8 PF; medium voltage (1 kV < 5 0kV) 0.9 PF; high voltage (50 kV and 250 kV) 0.95 PF||Measurement and Verification report, commissioning report, certificate of test, and certificate of compliance with the requirements of s2.9 of the Queensland Electricity Connection Manual (PDF 8.4 mb)|
Business customers must first apply for pre-approval for any proposed changes and wait for a Letter of Offer to confirm eligibility for cashback incentives. The Letter of Offer is valid for 6 months or as otherwise outlined.
Trade Ally Network
We've established the Trade Ally Network (TAN) to help you explore energy efficiency and demand management opportunities. The TAN is a registry of local, state-wide and national businesses that offer energy management goods and services. Of course you are welcome to contact another provider not listed in the TAN registry.