Our Victorian Energy Upgrades (VEU) performance reports detail the regulatory and administrative work undertaken as part of the program.
VEU performance reports
Each year, we report on the regulatory and administrative work undertaken as part of the Victorian Energy Upgrades (VEU) program (formerly known as the Victorian Energy Efficiency Target (VEET) scheme), in our annual performance report.
The report provides information on:
- our assessment of applications for new accounts and accreditation applications
- our assessment of the creation of Victorian energy efficiency certificates
- our findings on the compliance of accredited persons and relevant entities with scheme requirements, and product approval submissions from product applicants
- other key work activities and projects we delivered during 2017 to strengthen and manage the scheme through its expansion.
2017 performance report
Key highlights from the 2017 report
In 2017, the Victorian Energy Efficiency Target (VEET) scheme enabled more than 109,000 installations of energy efficient products in homes and businesses across Victoria.
8.5 million certificates created in 2017
The scheme also saw the creation of 8.5 million Victorian energy efficiency certificates (exceeding our target of 5.9 million), each one equal to one tonne of greenhouse gas abated by energy saving products.
50 million certificates created so far
More than 50 million Victorian energy efficiency certificates have now been created since the scheme commenced in 2009.