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Free

home

energy assessment

for concession card holders

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LED Light Upgrades

for your business.^

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LED Light Upgrades

for your business.^

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Free energy

saving products.^

SA Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme (REES)

At AGL we are in the business of helping small business operators and households to minimise their energy costs.

 
One way that we can help you is through our energy efficiency offers, made possible by the SA Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme (REES).
 
As part of REES, AGL is required to offer eligible residential and commercial energy consumers selected free and discounted energy saving products. We do this through our REES representative Trade Services SA (TSSA).
 
You don’t have to be an AGL customer to take advantage of these offers!^
Contact TSSA on 1300 430 917 or 1800 986 921 or email rees@tssa.com.au

Commercial / Industrial Premises
(small and large customers*)

Fluoro to LED upgrades for your business


High-bay LED replacements


Up to 900 GJ REES replacement equivalent per site


Commercial showerheads

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Households

Energy efficiency review of your home (Priority Group Households only)


Home retrofits – LED lights, low flow shower heads, standby power controllers, chimney balloons


Hot water replacement – Solar or Gas

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^These offers are provided as part of the REES and are only available to eligible businesses and households which have not already had energy saving devices installed under REES. All REES energy credits created by energy efficiency improvements made to your home or business premises under these offers must be assigned to AGL. *Small business customers are those where the site consumes 160 MWh and under per annum. Large business customers are also eligible for REES commercial lighting upgrades, but must pay a minimum of $1.40 per GJ (inc GST) equivalent for the upgrade.
For more information on the South Australian Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme (REES), please go to the Essential Services Commission of SA website