REPS FAQs for industry and tradespeople
FAQs for industry and tradespeople
How do I become a REPS activity provider?
To become a REPS activity provider, you will need to contact the obligated energy retailers or activity providers and negotiate directly with them.
The Commission does not approve or authorise activity providers under the REPS. Obliged energy retailers advise the Commission of activity providers offering REPS activities on its behalf.
The obliged energy retailers are responsible for ensuring that these activity providers meet the REPS Code requirements and customers may contact these activity providers directly to arrange REPS activities.
How do I suggest a new REPS activity or product?
The Commission as the administrator of the scheme is not responsible for writing the specifications. The Minister for Energy and Mining has the function of maintaining, reviewing, and amending the list of eligible energy productivity activities offered through the REPS. The Minister determines the range of activities and the specifications for each activity.
If you would like to make suggestions for consideration under the REPS, you may contact the Department for Energy and Mining at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I access the REPS rebate for my customer?
The REPS is not a rebate scheme, in that no set cash rebate is provided by the South Australian government per activity undertaken.
As part of the REPS, obliged energy retailers may choose to provide incentives (cash rebates, discounts, free or reduced-price efficient products) to South Australian households and businesses.
Please contact the activity providers for advice on eligibility and any costs that may be involved with the delivery of REPS activities.
View all 31 REPS activities offered that obliged energy retailers may choose to provide.
When does the REPS rebate run out?
There is no REPS rebate provided by the South Australian government for activities delivered. As part of the REPS, obliged energy retailers may choose to provide incentives (cash rebates, free or reduced-price efficient products) to South Australian households and businesses.
Please contact activity providers for activities offered and availability. The activity provider will advise on eligibility and any costs that may be involved with the delivery of REPS activities.
The REPS will be delivered in two consecutive five-year stages, 2021-2025 and 2026-2030. For REPS 2021-2025, the REPS year commences on 1 January and ends 31 December.
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