In your business

Inner West Council supports local businesses to improve their environmental performance through:

 

Learn more about sustainability at Council

On-on-one business energy coaching

The NSW Government is funding energy coaches to support businesses to reduce their energy consumption. The energy coaches will help you to: work out ways to save energy; build a business case to do an energy-savings project; and apply for more funding to upgrade/replace equipment, improve your processes and much more! Find out more about the business energy coaching program here.

Free business energy advice

The Australian Government has funded the delivery of two business energy services through the Business Energy Advice Program.  One part of the program is and energy advisory service which delivers face-to-face, phone and digital advice to help small business identify their energy savings opportunities and more effectively select their energy plans and retailers. The other part of the program is a tool that enables businesses to compare their energy spend to that of similar businesses in their industry or region.  Find out more about the Business Energy Advice Program here.

Energy Efficient Communities Program - Small Business Grants 

OPEN NOW & CLOSING AUGUST 26, 2020

The Australian Government’s Energy Efficient Communities Program is delivering grants to help businesses lower their energy bills and reduce emissions. Inner West businesses turning over less than $10 million per year are eligible to apply for up to $20,000 with no co-contribution required.  Grants may be used for equipment and component improvements, energy audits, feasibility studies and/or energy use and emission monitoring.  Find out more & apply HERE  

GreenPower for Business

Join the more than 25,000 Australian businesses who have chosen GreenPower, an Australian Government scheme, as an effective way to invest in renewable energy and contribute to achieving their sustainability goals. Businesses can make the switch to GreenPower through their energy retailer or through a decoupled contract with an accredited GreenPower provider.

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Page last updated: 14 Aug 2020