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Power up to all-electric to save money and energy in your home

Go big. Ready to accelerate the switch? Here's how.

The transition to renewable energy is on. More Victorians are joining the movement by upgrading their homes to use electricity instead of gas to reduce their energy bills.

Electric homes are cheaper to run, healthier to live in and better for the environment.

Power up to all-electric information sessions

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We're running online information sessions to show you how to power up to all-electric.

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About our information sessions

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Power up to all-electric session 1 - introduction

Hear from experts and others who have made the switch to all-electric. Learn how to get it right from day one.

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Power up to all-electric session 2 – make a plan

Learn more about the range of programs, rebates and tools to tap into so you can make switch with confidence.

Ways to electrify your home

Diagram of conventional home

Diagram of an electrified home

Average household energy usage

For the average household, the breakdown in energy usage equates to:

Infographic of household energy usage. 40% Heating and cooling. 30% Fridge, washer and other applicances. 5-10% Lights, cooking, TV and computers. 20% Hot Water.

Indicative annual savings for an average Victorian home going electric

Average household energy savings

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