Find out what support you can get to make your home more comfortable, reduce your bills and help with the costs of sustainable transport.
Help to make your home more comfortable
Get an interest free loan to make your home more sustainable
You may be able to borrow up to $15,000 to buy and install energy-efficient products or buy an electric car.
Get up to $5,000 in rebates to help with the costs of installing energy-efficient products
If you’re a homeowner with an eligible concession card, you could get money back for sustainable home upgrades.
Get free advice to save money on home energy and water bills
If your household is on a low income, you could get help to reduce energy and water use and draught-proof your home.
Get a free check of your rental home's energy use to save on energy bills
If you’re renting your home, you can get a free home energy assessment from the Renters’ Home Energy Program. It can help make your home more comfortable and save on energy bills.
Discounts if you own a low emission vehicle
Free registration for zero emission cars
You can get 2 years of free registration if you buy or get a new or used zero emissions car from 24 May 2021 to 30 June 2024.
Discounted registration on some plug-in hybrid and hybrid-electric cars
You could get discounted registration for a new or used plug-in hybrid vehicle or hybrid electric vehicle from 1 July 2023 to 1 July 2024.
Discounted registration for gas-powered cars
If you have an ACT Seniors Card, you can get a discount on registration fees for gas-powered vehicles.
No stamp duty on new and used plug-in hybrid and hybrid electric cars
You won’t pay stamp duty when you buy a new or used plug-in hybrid vehicle or hybrid electric vehicle from 1 August 2022.
Other cost-of-living support
Cost-of-living support for: