Applications for Low Income Energy Efficiency Program funding have now closed. The Program is now fully committed.
The Low Income Energy Efficiency Program is a competitive merit-based grant program established by the Commonwealth Government to provide grants to consortia of government, business and community organisations to trial approaches to improve the energy efficiency of low income households and enable them to better manage their energy use.
There were separate guidelines for each funding round under the Low Income Energy Efficiency Program.
Round One of the Low Income Energy Efficiency Program opened for Expressions of Interest on 13 February 2012 and closed on 16 March 2012. Under Round One, 10 applications, seeking a total of $38 million were awarded funding.
Round Two of the Low Income Energy Efficiency Program opened on 30 October 2012 and closed on 13 December 2012. Under Round Two, 10 applications, seeking a total of $17 million were awarded funding.
Funding for the Low Income Energy Efficiency Program is fully committed. For information about Australian Government grants (including grants and assistance for individuals), please visit: www.grantslink.gov.au.
For enquiries specifically relating to the Low Income Energy Efficiency Program please email us.
For all other departmental enquiries, please telephone +61 2 6231 6000 or email us.