Extra Cash Every Week For Victorian Sparkies with VEET

Victorian electrical contractors are saving their customers heaps of money just by changing a few light globes. With a lot of the cost covered by a state government rebate, householders and businesses are jumping at the chance to ditch their halogens, incandescent globes and even fluorescent lighting in favour of new, energy efficient lights.

That’s creating a lot of work for Victoria’s switched-on sparkies, but the good times won’t last forever.

Get Started with VEET

There are a couple of ways in which electricians can profit from VEET, so take a look at our quick guide on how it works, how Ecocycle can help you, and why proper recycling of all lighting waste is so important.

No Time To Lose

The Victorian Energy Efficiency Target (VEET) has been around since January 2009.  It offers rebates for a number of energy saving activities, and one of the most popular is the replacement of energy-guzzling globes and tubes with more efficient lighting.

What’s Next?

If you’re a sparkie working in Victoria, give us a call or fill out the form below and see how you can get extra cash in your pocket before the VEET scheme ends.


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