Energy Efficiency Information Grants Program
The Energy Efficiency Information Grants (EEIG) Program was part of a suite of measures announced in July 2011 as part of the governments' climate change strategy. The Program assisted industry associations and non-profits to provide practical, tailored energy efficiency information to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and community organisations, allowing them to make informed decisions about energy efficiency - and thereby reduce their operational costs.
A broad range of sectors were covered by the Program, including agriculture and food processing; commercial property; community services; manufacturing; retail and tourism.
For tailored energy efficient advice developed by EEIG grant recipients specific to your business sector, visit the Small Business page on eex.gov.au.
Across two funding rounds, 46 recipients received a total of $33.2 million. The Program closed on 30 June 2015.
There were separate guidelines for each funding round under the EEIG.
For further information
For further information on the EEIG, please contact the AusIndustry Customer Contact Centre on 13 28 46, or submit an enquiry by email.