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Select the time frame that works best for you to receive a call from one of our energy consultants. If anything changes and you cannot take the call, they will leave a message for you to arrange another time.
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Free energy advice for Western Sydney businesses

Free energy advice for Western Sydney businesses

The Western Sydney Energy Program brings nine local councils together, to save energy, cost and emissions for the region.

One way the program assists local communities is by helping small businesses, like yours, find out about government assistance and programs that can help make a big difference to your bottom line, through energy savings.

To do this, the Western Sydney Energy Program is working with the Federal Government’s Business Energy Advice Program (beap), which delivers free information that is tailored specifically to your business, to help you  save money, reduce energy demands and create a better energy future for our region.

Find out about how you can access this free service and start saving money today.

3 easy steps to save

Step 1: Register for your free consultation

If your business has between 6-20 employees or is a drought-affected business employing 0-5 employees, you qualify for a one-on-one consultation with an independent business expert. They understand the specific energy needs of your industry and can advise on potential energy-saving opportunities.

Step 2: Get your energy savings report

After your consultation you will receive a free report tailored to your business. The report suggests ways to make the most of the latest technology and best practice so that you can make changes to your business when it suits you.

Step 3: Even more ways to save on energy

Our service also gives you access to case studies, facts sheets and information on how your business may be able to access government grants, to enable your business to unlock even more energy savings.

It gave us confidence that the Business Energy Advice Program is an Australian Government initiative being delivered by Business Australia a non-for-profit and independent association that looks after businesses like ours.

We heard about BEAP through Business Australia’s partner the Western Sydney Energy Program which is working with local councils to help businesses address their energy issues. It was great timing as the downtime we are experiencing is providing an opportunity to review how we operate.

Energy is one of those costs that you can’t afford to get out of hand.

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We are here to help

We understand that business owners are time poor, and that energy is complicated. As part of our service, we will do the thinking for you so you can focus on running your business.

Understanding energy costs

Let us help you understand your energy bill to find the best available tariff options for your business and make it easy for you to take action. Click here to visit the Retail Energy Advice Toolkit. 

Understanding energy savings

Discover opportunities to save energy that are aimed at helping reduce the running costs of your small business. Click here to visit the Energy Efficiency Advice page

Everything you need to know

Maximise energy savings with the latest offers for business, access tools, resources and grants at our energy resource centre here.

About the Western Sydney Energy Program

About the Western Sydney Energy Program

WSROC developed the Western Sydney Energy Program on behalf of its member councils. Participants include:

  • Blacktown City Council
  • Blue Mountains City Council
  • Cumberland City Council
  • Hawkesbury City Council
  • The Hills Shire Council
  • Lithgow City Council
  • Liverpool City Council, and
  • City of Parramatta.

To find out more about the Program click here

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The Business Energy Advice Program is funded by the Australian Government through the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources and delivered by Business Australia, formerly known as NSW Business Chamber.



There's never been a better time to take action.