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LED Upgrade & Replacement Activities Resume In Victoria.
Victoria has moved to the last step of the roadmap to reopening, with key changes outlined in the PM statement
The businesses are now allowed to doorknock and upgrade halogen and fluorescent lights in household and commercial settings.
Consistent with government requirements, all businesses involved in this form of lead generation and all other Victorian Energy Upgrades (VEU) activities must have an up-to-date COVIDSafe Plan for each workplace/site and must adhere to these at all times.
We at Ecofin Solutions have updated our COVIDSafe Plan that is consistent with requirements set out for the construction industry.
Our COVIDSafe plan also demonstrates our actions to help slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) and manage risks while doorknocking, upgrading, and replacing the LED lights. This includes face masks, physical distancing requirements, and appropriate record-keeping to support contact tracing.
The regulatory body of the Victorian Energy Upgrades program has set a greenhouse gas emission reduction target of 40.6 megatonnes for the 2021-25 period that will require an average annual increase of 22-27 percent in energy savings.
It will be a significant step in achieving the Victoria state’s net-zero emissions target by 2050.