Products available through the Scheme
See the product requirements for further details about each category.
Electrical generation & storage
- Solar PV systems
- Solar PV & battery storage combo
- Battery storage systems
- Electric vehicle charging infrastructure
Efficient electrical appliances
- Reverse cycle air conditioning
- Hot water systems - heat pump and solar
- Induction and ceramic stove tops
- Energy efficient white goods
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 suppliers must be a CEC (NETCC) approved solar retailer and work with CEC accredited installers.
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.
Already a partner? Join the Scheme
Frequently asked questions
How much can a customer borrow?
The Scheme offers 0% interest loans of up to $10,000 to residential households, landlords of residential properties, small businesses and not-for-profit organisations to assist in accessing a range of energy efficient products.
How can I register to participate in the Scheme?
Installers must ensure all products and installations are compliant with the applicable law and other relevant standards.
Please note all solar suppliers must be a CEC (NETCC) approved solar retailer and work with CEC accredited installers.
How much does it cost to participate in the scheme?
There are no fees to vendor to participate in the Energy Saver Loan Scheme.
What are the vendor and product requirements?
For solar, vendors must be Approved Solar Retailers (or have applied for the NETCC) by the CEC and must only use CEC accredited installers.
For other products, you must must ensure all products and installations are compliant with the applicable law and other relevant standards.
Unsolicited sales are not permitted under the program and vendors are bound by the terms of their Vendor Agreement and the Tasmanian Government's Vendor Participation Policy and Vendor Marketing Guidelines. To partcipate in the Scheme vendors need to follow the vendor conduct guidelines and product requirements.