There are currently 2 rebates available for New South Wales residents, click on each red bar to view each rebate or incentive in detail.
The New South Wales government offer has ended as of 30th of June 2011 and is now only claimable for eligible installations that were completed and paid for prior to 30th of June 2011. Applications for this rebate must be received by the Office of Environment and Heritage within six months of the date of installation or no later than 5pm on 30 September 2011 (whichever is sooner).
For installations completed and paid for prior to 30th of June 2011 the New South Wales government offers a $300 rebate for either gas hot water systems with a five star or higher energy rating, or solar and heat pump hot water systems eligible for at least 20 Renewable Energy Certificates when you are replacing an existing electric hot water system.
FACT: By switching from an electric to a climate-friendly hot water system, you can save an average of 2.5 tonnes of carbon pollution each year and up to $300 on your power bills.
- Must replace an electric storage hot water system
- The system must be installed in a residential property in NSW
- Purchase the hot water system between 15 January 2010 and 30 June 2011
- Have the system installed by a NSW licensed plumber
From 15 January 2010, the total amount of NSW Home Saver Rebates a household can receive must not exceed $1500 per property. For other rebates in this scheme visit the NSW Environmental, Climate Change & Water website
Once the new hot water system has been installed you are required to fill out and send in the Hot Water System Rebate application form. Ensure your installing plumber completes and signs the relevant areas of the form and attach a copy of the receipts for the purchase of the system and installation.
NSW hot water system rebate application
NSW hot water system rebate guidelines
Small-scale Technology Certificates (STCs)
As of 1 January 2011 STCs (Small-scale Technology Certificates) are replacing Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) for all eligible Solar or Heat Pump hot water systems.
The Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme (SRES) does not provide a rebate and is not a rebate-based scheme.
Each product in the Dux environmental range has been assigned a STC value, and each STC represents a saving of one megawatt of electricity generated from fossil fuels over 10 years.
Once you have had an eligible hot water system installed, you can assign the STCs to a registered agent in exchange for reimbursement or discount off the price of the system.
Systems must be installed before they can create STCs (Do not sign an STC Assignment Form until your system is installed).
You must be the owner of the system at the time it is installed.
STCs must be registered within 12 months of the installation date of the SWH.
Dux Hot Water is a registered agent so therefore STCs can be claimed directly through us, contact us for more details 1300 365 116 or fill out the application form below.
Changes to air source heat pump postcode zones and STC entitlements
A fifth postcode zone has been established for air source heat pump water heaters (heat pumps) to better reflect the performance in cool climate and frost prone areas, for example Canberra and Hobart. This change takes affect as of 1 November 2012.
to find out which zone you're located in
For more information or call Dux Hot Water on 1300 365 116
Current STC point value $32 ex GST
Clean Energy Regulator - Solar Water Heater Owners Guide
STC Application & Guidelines