Claim your FREE display fridge!

As part of the New South Wales Energy Upgrade and Energy Saver Program, eligible food & beverage businesses can qualify for a FREE display fridge.

Fill out our application form to qualify.

Claim your FREE display fridge!

As part of the New South Wales Energy Upgrade and Energy Saver Program and the Victorian Energy Upgrades (VEU) program, eligible food & beverage businesses can qualify for a FREE display fridge.

Find out more and if you qualify by selecting your state below.

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Installing new energy efficient equipment can make a difference to your bottom line.

The New South Wales Energy Upgrades program is designed to help NSW businesses cut energy bills and reduce green house gas emissions by promoting energy efficient products. The program enables accredited providers like In2 Energy to receive rebates or discounts on approved products – such as our Refrigerated Display Cabinets.

In2 Energy aims to provide support to businesses that have been impacted by COVID-19 by helping them save money, while contributing towards Victoria’s 2050 zero net emissions target.

By switching to one of our 10-star energy rating display cabinets, you will be using significantly less energy than older models, save on operational costs and focus on growing your business.

To qualify you must:

Be a registered business and have an active ABN

Be operating in a shop, factory or non-residential premise

Be a food or drink related business or have genuine reason for use

Show proof business legitimacy

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No catch. No delivery fees. No hidden charges.

FAQ's

Any range of food or beverage business’ can qualify for the free fridge scheme. These include:
  • Cafes
  • Takeaway shops
  • Restaurants
  • Bars
  • Bottle Shops
  • Groceries/Convenient stores
  • Supermarkets
  • Veggie/Fruit Shops
  • Meat/Poultry Shops/Butcher shop
  • Gym
  • Florists
  • Sporting Clubs/Accommodation/Educational Institution (Food registration or Liquor licence is must)
  • Event Space (Food registration or Liquor licence is must)
*Food Trucks/Vans are not eligible
In order to qualify for a free fridge, you will need to:
  • Be a registered Drinks or Food Related business or have a genuine reason for use.
  • Have an active ABN
  • Be operating in a shop, factory or non-residential premise
  • Show proof of business legitimacy
  • Sporting clubs/Accomodation/Schools/Function Venues ( Must show food registration or liqour licence)

Free fridges are provided by In2 Energy, an accredited provider of the NSW ESS program and Victorian Energy Upgrades (VEU) program.

These programs are designed to help local businesses cut energy bills and reduce green house gas emissions by promoting energy efficient products. The program enables accredited providers like In2 Energy to receive rebates or discounts on approved products – such as our Refrigerated Display Cabinets.

You will not be liable for installation costs. The installation requirements now require that the activity, including the removal of any existing EUE (where applicable), be performed or supervised by a suitably qualified licence holder in compliance with the relevant standards and legislation.

The Energy Savings Scheme (ESS) provides NSW businesses with financial incentives to invest in projects which will reduce their energy consumption. Incentives are available to install new equipment or modify a current system.

Any work undertaken must be done in conjunction with a government-approved supplier. These approved suppliers are known as Accredited Certificate Providers (ACP’s). An ACP will explain the process and assist you to get the incentive.

The ACP will calculate the potential energy saved with a proposed upgrade. This energy saving is then converted into Energy Saving Certificates (ESC’s) which are sold to an energy retailer.

Some of the money from selling the ESC’s is then returned to your business. The more energy saved, the greater the return.

Save money on your energy bills.

The Australian government is committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and are providing access to discounted energy-efficient products and services to business and residents across Australia.

One of the easiest ways you can make a difference to Australia’s carbon footprint is by looking at how you use energy in your home or business. Upgrading your inefficient appliances to more sustainable options can collectively impact the reduction of greenhouse gas, and that’s good news for us all.