Lighting upgrades that do not occur in a building or structure, or a public space are 'non-building based upgrade activities' under the Victorian Energy Upgrades (VEU) program.
Non-building based lighting upgrades
This page provides information for accredited providers and scheme participants of the VEU program. To access consumer information on the program, please go to the Energy saving information for consumers page.
Non-building based lighting upgrades eligibility
Non-building based lighting upgrades are lighting upgrades undertaken in a place, other than an upgrade undertaken in a building or structure under activity 34 or in a public space under activity 27 of the program. For example, a non-building based lighting upgrade may be undertaken on an eligible:
- private road
- public or outdoor space
- open air carpark
- sports field.
Find out about the program requirements for creating Victorian energy efficiency certificates (VEECs) for non-building based lighting upgrades (activity 35).
See the activity resources tab on this page for a detailed activity guide for the program requirements for creating Victoria energy efficiency certificates (VEECs) for non-building based lighting upgrades, together with supporting documentation which must be completed for this activity.
If you are interested in undertaking building based lighting activities you can either:
- work with an accredited person who is accredited to undertake non-building based lighting upgrades
- apply for non-building based lighting activity approval (see resources tab).
Find out more about your obligations as an accredited person and how to create VEECs in the VEU registry.
Get lighting products approved
Any product installed as part of this activity must be listed on our Register of Products at the time of certificate creation.
Go to the product applicants page for information on how to apply for a product to be listed on our register of products.
Use following documents only for activities undertaken under the 2018 VEET Regulations (i.e. for activities undertaken from 10 December 2018).