in South Australia

Residential energy efficiency

Looking for ways to reduce energy use around the house?

You may be eligible for free or discounted energy saving products.

Save energy around your home with REES

 

We’re committed to helping Australians save energy and reduce the size of their energy bills. Through the South Australian Government’s Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme (REES), you could reduce your home’s energy consumption and save money.

 

As a REES recipient, together with our partner, Trades Services SA, we’ll help you reduce your energy consumption by identifying inefficient devices and appliances, and in some cases, providing a more efficient replacement.

 

Plus, low-income households or those on an energy retailer’s hardship program may be eligible for a home energy assessment to discover where to best save energy.

How we could help you save energy

Hot water upgrades

Find out if your home is eligible for a hot water system upgrade.

 

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Energy saving products

See the range of free energy saving products available for your household.

 

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How much could your home save?

 

On average, lighting accounts for 7% of the average household energy budget, hot water up to 23%, and standby power^ at around 3%.*

 

Replacing or upgrading old, inefficient appliances and lights will help to reduce your energy consumption and the size of your home’s energy bill.

More energy saving ideas

 

Looking for more ways to reduce your energy consumption? Here are some handy resources to check out.

 

Our Energy Saving Tips and Advice

SA Government Energy Saving Tips

 

If you’re currently an AGL customer, you can also download the AGL Energy App. Track your energy consumption from your phone anytime, anywhere.

 

^Standby power refers to the electric power consumed by electronic and electrical appliances while they are switched off at the appliance or in a standby mode. Refer to the South Australian Government website for more details.

 

*Home energy usage data from the South Australian Government website