What are the eligibility criteria for the Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme (REES)?

What are the eligibility criteria for the Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme (REES)?

If you have received a REES audit or a REES activity at your current address, for example, a water efficient shower head, you will not be eligible for the same thing again. You may be able to receive a different REES activity, such as LED light globes. Speak to a REES contractor to see what your options are.
Residents in concession or low-income groups could be eligible for a free energy audit.
REES activities and targets can differ between retailers. You can call multiple retailers and contractors to see who can help you.

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