Energy efficiency REES activities

for your business

Energy efficiency activities for businesses

At AGL, we want to offer your business value for money when it comes to energy.

 

LED* lights use a fraction of the energy of older lighting types.

 

Under the South Australian Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme (REES), AGL is able to provide eligible South Australian businesses with free or reduced price LED lighting upgrades.
 
A few important reasons to choose AGL for LED lights:
 
Great value: LEDs last longer and cost less to run (compared to halogen and fluorescent globes), saving you money on your running costs.#
 
Top quality products – Our contractors install high quality LED lighting systems from manufacturers that have a track record in quality and the latest technology products. All products installed come with the highest possible safety standards and are accredited under the SA REES program.
 
Environment – There are no hazardous materials in the lighting products installed, and are mercury free.
 
Service – As well as being qualified electricians, AGL tradespeople will provide a guarantee of workmanship along with your warranty details.
 
Product longevity – The selected products are carefully vetted to ensure that they are high performance energy savers, and come with a strong manufacturers’ warranty, giving you peace of mind.

Current REES Offers for Business

FREE^ LED light upgrade for your business
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FREE^ LED High-Bay lighting replacement
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* LED means lamps with light emitting diodes.
^ “Free” relates to terms and conditions contained under this offer.
# https://www.sa.gov.au/topics/water-energy-and-environment/energy/energy-efficiency-for-businesses
# https://www.sa.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/135912/REES-activities-28-Commercial-Lighting-Upgrade.pdf
# https://www.eex.gov.au/technologies/lighting/opportunities#upgrade-lighting-systems
For more information on the South Australian Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme (REES), please go to the Essential Services Commission of SA website