Project-based activities help businesses access incentives for large and custom Victorian Energy Upgrades (VEU) projects.
Project-based activities help businesses access incentives for large and custom Victorian Energy Upgrades projects.
They move away from deemed activities to allow businesses flexibility to access incentives and offset the cost of their energy efficiency improvement projects.
Available methods under project-based activities
The table below indicates the average, maximum and minimum number of business days that we take to assess scoping plan, project plan and impact report applications
These time frames represent the time from receiving an application to when we make a decision. They only include the time the application is with us and do not include time taken by an applicant to respond to a request for further information.
Assessment times can vary greatly, depending on how quickly an applicant responds to requests for information.
The average processing time may not be indicative of what you should expect, as some applicants take a significant amount of time to respond.
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These are the current processing times achieved to assess existing projects and may not be a reliable indicator of future processing times. Projects can vary greatly in scale and complexity and hence each individual project is likely to have unique assessment requirements and processing times may vary greatly from the above figures.
Businesses and energy consumers can engage accredited persons or become accredited themselves.
To apply for a project, applicants must be accredited for project-based activities. They can then submit projects for approval and create VEECs from these types of activities.
Subcontractors can also participate in project-based activities, through accredited businesses engaging them to undertake installations, measurements or provide other professional services on their behalf.