in South Australia

Residential energy efficiency

Looking for ways to reduce energy use around the house?

You may be eligible for free or discounted energy saving products.

Save energy around your home with REPS

We’re committed to helping Australians save energy and reduce the size of their energy bills. Through the South Australian Government’s Retailer Energy Productivity Scheme (REPS), you could reduce your home’s energy consumption and save money.

 

As a REPS recipient, together with our REPS partners, Trades Services SA and Ecovantage, we’ll help eligible customers reduce their energy consumption by replacing some inefficient devices and appliances with higher energy star replacements.

How we could help you save energy

Hot Water

Find out if your home is eligible for a hot water system upgrade.

 

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Virtual Power Plant

Already have a solar battery system and want to be rewarded by joining AGL’s VPP? Or do you want to install a system so that you can join?

 

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Air Conditioning

Are you eligible for a discounted high-efficiency reverse cycle air conditioner*?

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How much could your home save?

A breakdown of typical energy costs for the average South Australian household.

Residential Energy Cost

Home energy usage data from the South Australian Government website.

REPS one-off payment of $33

Customers who aren’t a Priority Group Household must pay a once-off REPS fee of $33 per site. This will be registered as paid with the Essential Services Commission of SA (ESCOSA), so that, if you have further activity done under REPS at the same premises, there is no need to pay an additional $33 REPS fee.

What is a Priority Group Household?

Priority Group Households are those where a person in the household has or is one of the following:

  • Pension Concession Card
  • Health Care Card, including low-income health care cards
  • TPI or War Widows Gold Repatriation Health Card
  • Gold Repatriation Health Card (EDA)
  • Actively participating in an energy retailer hardship or energy concession program
  • Receiving the South Australian Government Energy Concession
  • Is in a rental property where the weekly rental is not more than $400 per week
  • Has been referred by a registered member of the South Australian Financial Counsellors Association (SAFCA).

REPS eligibility for government-owned residential premises

Government-owned public or community residential premises may be eligible for some REPS activities, though REPS hot water upgrades are excluded. Landlord permission is required before installation.

Energy efficiency Tips and tricks

Energy efficiency Tips and tricks

Why not see if you can reduce your energy bills by taking the Energy Coach quiz? This personalised tool could help you save on your energy bills and costs only a few moments of your time to take.

 

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More energy saving ideas

Looking for more ways to reduce your energy consumption? Here are some other handy resources to check out.

 

Our Energy Saving Tips and Advice

Energy Saving Articles

SA Government Energy Saving Tips

Join our Virtual Power Plant

Affordability program at AGL

Staying Connected is AGL’s program for financially vulnerable customers in NSW, QLD, SA and WA. In Victoria, it is Payment Support Victoria.

 

If you need assistance or support, visit our help pages https://www.agl.com.au/help-support?cidi=B10089

 

If you’re currently an AGL customer, you can also download the AGL Energy App. Track your energy consumption from your phone anytime, anywhere.