Sustainable Household Scheme
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Exclusive finance partner
Brighte has been announced as the exclusive finance partner as part of the ACT Sustainable Household Scheme.
We're thrilled to be working alongside the ACT Government to be part of the clean energy transition helping our partners grow their business so together we can accelerate the uptake of sustainable homes.Become a partner
How it works
Step 1: Get accreditedApply online and be on your way to becoming a Brighte partner in as little as 10 minutes. Please note all solar and battery suppliers and retailers must have CEC retailer accreditation to participate in the Scheme.
Step 2: Get trainedWe’ll provide you and your team with the tools and training you need to start selling with Brighte.
Step 3: Get the job doneWith $0 upfront costs and fast approval rates, there’s no time wasted in getting the job done.
Step 4: Get paid fastOnce your customer confirms the job is complete, we’ll pay you upfront while your customers pay over time.
Frequently asked questions
When does the Scheme begin?
The Scheme will be open to all eligible ACT households early in the 2021-22 financial year. Currently the Scheme is in pilot for select individuals and businesses to ensure it is operating efficiently. As updates become available, this page will be updated to include launch dates.
How much can a customer borrow?
The Scheme offers 0% interest loans of between $2,000 to $15,000 to eligible ACT households to help with the upfront costs of investing in energy efficient home upgrades.
Which products will the Scheme include?
How can I register to participate in the Scheme?
If you’re looking to sign up as a energy efficient supplier, you must:
- Apply to become Brighte accredited
- Installers must ensure all products and installations are compliant with the Australian Standards called up by the Electricity Safety Act 1971 and other relevant Standards. For rooftop solar and household battery storage installers must be a Clean Energy Council (CEC) accredited installer and retailers must be a CEC approved solar retailer.
How can my customer’s register their interest in the Scheme?
If your customer is an ACT homeowner looking to utilise the Scheme for their next energy efficient home upgrade, they will be able to apply directly through you as a vendor accredited under the Scheme once pilot is complete.
They can check their eligibility for the Scheme through the ACT Government website.