Product accreditation for lighting suppliers

What is product accreditation?

To attract rebates under the state energy efficiency schemes, a lighting product must be approved for use by the relevant regulating body.

The schemes have specific requirements for the types of lighting that can be used.

In general, the following characteristics must be addressed before lighting equipment can be approved for use:

  • electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and electrical safety
  • total power consumption of the lamp or luminaire (lamp circuit power)
  • minimum asset lifetime and performance requirements.

How we can help

If you want to register some or all of your products under the state schemes, we can help you save time when preparing submissions, by:

  • drafting accurate manufacturers declarations and model reconciliations
  • getting the rest of the paperwork in order
  • managing the process until your registration is successful.

Our rates

We offer competitive rates, especially when applying for the New South Wales and Victorian schemes together or when using Ecovantage for certificate generation afterwards.

Call us to find out more.

NSW

Energy savings scheme NSW

The Energy Savings Scheme (ESS) in New South Wales is regulated by the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART).

To attract rebates in NSW, products need to be approved under the IPART Registry.

VIC

Victorian energy efficiency target VEET

The Victorian Energy Efficiency Target (VEET) scheme is regulated by the Essential Services Commission (ESC).

To attract rebates in Victoria, products must be accredited and listed on the VEET Product Register.

SA

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The Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme (REES) operates in South Australia.

The scheme uses the NSW IPART Registry except for LED tubes where it uses the VEET Product Register.

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