You can save money by upgrading or modifying your furnace to be more energy efficient. With your furnace operating more efficiently and recovering heat better, you will:
- reduce your energy use
- lower your energy bills
- reduce your environmental impact.
Examples of modifications include, but are not limited to:
- insulation of furnace walls
- installing a pressure control system
- installing temperature sensors
- installing oxygen enrichment equipment.
This incentive is part of the Energy Savings Scheme (ESS). The more energy you save, the greater the incentive you can receive.
Get the upgrade
Here are a few steps you will need to follow to get the upgrade.
- Contact an approved supplier. They will be able to check your eligibility and provide you with a quote. You can contact multiple suppliers for quotes to ensure you’re getting the best energy savings. You may need to measure your furnace’s energy use for some time before and after the upgrade. This can be done by submetering or checking your energy bills.
- Choose a furnace that best suits your needs. Your supplier can help you by showing you a range of options available.
- Make sure you choose an approved supplier before any work begins. The supplier will then provide you with the nomination form. You must sign the nomination form before your installation is complete, as you will not be reimbursed for works that are already completed.
- Your supplier will send a licensed electrician to install your new furnace. They will also show you how to use and maintain it.
- Your electrician will dispose of and recycle your old furnace as well as any other equipment that is being replaced.
- Your new furnace is up and running. You can contact your supplier if you need any further assistance.
Contact an approved supplier
You can find approved suppliers in your region below. When you contact an approved supplier, they will be able to confirm if they operate in your location. Note, suppliers listed in a region may not service the whole region.
Approved supplier terms of service
By using the regional approved supplier lookup below you are agreeing to the terms of service:
Approved suppliers are known as Accredited Certificate Providers (ACPs). Information about ACPs is provided for general information only. The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) is the Energy Savings Scheme Administrator and Regulator and is responsible for accreditation, auditing and compliance of ACPs. Before proceeding with engaging an ACP a customer should review up to date information available on the IPART website.
By accessing and using information about ACPs available on this website, the customer acknowledges and agrees:
- the NSW Treasury does not have any legal liability whatsoever connected to the deliverables associated with this program, including any issues arising from interactions with ACPs and technology installations
- to discharge NSW Treasury from all actions, proceedings, claims, demands, costs, losses, damages, and expenses the customer may potentially incur through this program or arising from the use of this information for any other purpose.
Contact an approved supplier directly. Importantly, you should be aware of your rights under Australian Consumer Law. You can ask the supplier for more details about the consumer guarantees they are providing you.