As gas prices continue to rise, the Allan Labor Government is helping Victorians reduce their reliance on expensive fossil gas – easing the cost of living pressures on families and businesses.
The Allan Labor Government is enshrining the State Electricity Commission (SEC) in Victoria’s Constitution – preventing future governments from destroying it – so that Victorians can always rely on the SEC to put their best interests first and ensure continued investment in Victoria’s energy transition.
The State Electricity Commission (SEC) is officially back, and set to lead Victoria’s renewable energy transition with a focus on supply, homes and people.
The Allan Labor Government is helping put more solar panels on the rooftops of Victorian homes – to slash household bills and reduce emissions.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping more Victorians access modern and more affordable all electric homes through an Australian first program that will deliver bulk solar panels and hot water rebates for housing.
More Victorians are getting the skills they need to drive Victoria’s renewable energy future, with a new pilot program to train electricians on solar battery storage system installation and off-grid energy solutions, backed by the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government has delivered the first two stages of the Yan Yean Pipe Track so that cyclists and pedestrians in Melbourne’s north can enjoy improved and safer connections.
The Andrews Labor Government is backing more jobs and investment in Portland, with support for a new feasibility study that could see Portland become home to one of Australia’s first green shipping fuel production hubs.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping more Victorians take advantage of renewable energy by slashing thousands of dollars off the upfront cost of solar batteries – bringing down energy bills and helping Victoria reach net zero emissions by 2045.
The Andrews Labor Government is securing more jobs and more savings for Victorians, with a new $3 million training package to upskill the energy workers of the future.
An additional 150-megawatt of energy storage capacity will be added to Victoria’s grid thanks to a new big battery located at the former coal-fired power station in Hazelwood, Gippsland.