Heating & Cooling for a Comfortable Home

Upgrade Your Heating & Cooling and Save on Energy and Bills.

With government-facilitated subsidies available, now is the time to upgrade your home’s heating and cooling.

Whether you have an old gas wall heater, a window rattling air conditioner or a dated ducted system, you can reduce your energy consumption and heating/cooling bills with a new, upgraded system.

Ecovantage’s approved network of suppliers can install an eligible electric split system or ducted unit – keeping you warm in winter and cool in summer.

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State-Based Incentives.

State and federal energy saving programs dictate the financial incentives and rebates that are available for upgrades.

SA

South Australia

Under the REPS program, a range of split system, ducted and evaporative systems are eligible for financial incentives.

NSW

New South Wales

Under the Energy Savings Scheme selected air conditioning units have financial incentives to help you reduce energy use.

Victoria

Victoria

Under the VEU, incentives are available for reverse cycle air conditioners, including ducted systems.

Indicative Rebates.

How much rebate can you expect?
The discount or rebate you receive will vary. The final price will depend on several factors, including:

    • The type of equipment and efficiency rating being installed
    • The location of the premises of the installation
    • Installation costs from the installer
    • Administrative costs of accredited providers
    • The current energy certificate trading price

The partners will help you choose the most suitable solution for your needs and provide a cost estimate before you proceed, so there are no nasty surprises.

In New South Wales financial incentives are influenced by the installation location, as explained on the Energy NSW website. Regional is considered a cold climate zone and metro is considered an average climate zone, and this is factored into the energy schemes.
Note that the rebates below are estimates only (accurate as of August 2023); your installer will confirm the actual amount prior to installation.

Replacement (any existing unit) in an average climate zone (Sydney).

Upgrade system size Indicative rebate
Small
Medium
Large
$250
$500
$700

Installation of a new RCAC unit in an average climate zone (Sydney).

Upgrade system size Indicative rebate
Small
Medium
Large
$150
$350
$50

Replacement (any existing unit) in a cold climate zone (regional NSW).

Upgrade system size Indicative rebate
Small
Medium
Large
$400
$800
$1,200

Installation of a new RCAC unit un a cold climate zone (regional NSW).

Upgrade system size Indicative rebate
Small
Medium
Large
$400
$700
$1,000

The indicative rebates below are provided from the VEU. Further detail can be found on their website.
Accurate as of 15 November 2023

Installing an efficient ducted reverse cycle air-conditioner.

Current system Upgrade system size Indicative rebate
Central electric resistance ducted heater 16kW to 32kW $9,310 to $10,290
 Ducted gas heater 16kW
25kW
32kW
$3,570 to $3,920
$5,460 to $6,020
$6,510 to $8,330
 Ducted reverse cycle air conditioner 16kW
25kW
32kW
$1,050 to $1,470
$1,050 to $1,540
$700 to $1,960
No decommissioned product 16kW to 32kW $560 to $2,100

Installing an efficient reverse cycle air-conditioner.

Current system Upgrade system size Indicative rebate
Hard-wired resistance electric room heater 3kW to 9kW $1,260 to $1,330
Ducted (whole-of-home) gas heater Multiple split-systems recommended. Four split systems in total:
One x 6kW
Three x 3kW
$2,170 to $2,240
Non-ducted (room) gas heater 3kW to 9kW $490 to $1,260
Non-ducted reverse cycle air conditioner 3kW to 9kW $280 to $630
No decommissioned product 3kW to 9kW $70 to $350

The indicative rebates below are provided from Rite Price Heating and Cooling. For more information please see their website.
Accurate as of August 2023

Installing an efficient reverse cycle air-conditioner (non-ducted).

Current system Upgrade system size Indicative rebate
Hard-wired resistance electric room heater Small
Medium
Large
$400
$350
$300
Other room air-conditioner (heat pump) or room heater Small
Medium
Large

$400
$350
$300
Any room air-conditioner in working order (Priority group households only) Small
Medium
Large
$450
$400
$350
None Small
Medium
Large
$400
$350
$300

Energy Saving at Home.

Ecovantage Aggregation Partners

As an Accredited Certificate Provider (ACP) Ecovantage works with a network of installation ‘partners’ who supply and install the products. Ecovantage passes enquiries to the partner to make contact and sell their product and services to you directly, and Ecovantage processes the energy certificates for the installation on the partner’s behalf. Any questions or concerns regarding the product, installer or installation are to be addressed directly with the installer.

Areas Covered.

SA

South Australia

Out parter Rite Price covers all of South Australia.

Travel fees applicable for regional areas.

NSW

New South Wales

We have a network of partners who can cover all of NSW.

Travel fees may apply for regional areas.

Victoria

Victoria

We’re developing our network in Victoria. Please submit your details and we’ll be in touch when can cover your suburb.

While we don’t have partners in all areas, we’re always gaining territory. Submit your details below and if we have a partner in your area we’ll ask them to contact you.

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