We regulate participants and products in the Victorian Energy Upgrades (VEU) program to deliver energy efficiency improvements which are more affordable for consumers, and reduces their long term energy consumption.
Victorian Energy Upgrades program
The Victorian Energy Upgrades (VEU) program reduces greenhouse gases by providing access to discounted energy efficient products and services.
We regulate participants and products to provide confidence in the benefits delivered to consumers and a balanced, transparent and efficient program for participants.
Information for accredited persons or prospective accredited persons.
Learn about the energy efficiency activities that create Victorian energy efficiency certificates (VEECs).
Information for current and prospective accredited persons, energy retailers and product applicants.
View the latest program updates and presentations, read about our reports and reviews, and access our activity registers and VEEC calculator.
Find out how the VEU program can help you save energy in your home or workplace.
Find an accredited provider to do an upgrade in your home or business.
Search for an accredited provider who can help you access discounts for energy-efficient products under the Victorian Energy Upgrades (VEU) program.
We have published a new guideline to help VEU program participants understand the requirements of the incoming enforceable code of conduct and adapt their business practices accordingly.
Our registers provide information about program participants and activities undertaken in the program. Accredited persons can also access the VEEC calculator to find out how many certificates their energy efficiency upgrade can generate.
Changes to lighting activities, electricity emission factors and the VEEC creation form for weather sealing from 1 February 2023
We have released updated guidance documents and the VEU registry changes to reflect the release of VEU Specifications 2018 – Version 14.0, and a minor update to the VEEC creation form for weather sealing activity.
Accredited persons will need to provide information about lead generation and acknowledge their compliance with the code of conduct when creating certificates.