DELWP is seeking to expand the range of energy efficiency upgrades (activities) available under the VEU program and is seeking feedback from stakeholders on a new activity: installation of lagging on hot water pipes in commercial applications.
The purpose of this document is to set out the proposed Regulations and Specifications for hot pipe lagging in commercial applications and to seek the views of interested stakeholders. Feedback has already been received from stakeholders on the potential for hot pipe lagging using a public consultation process conducted in January 2020.
How to participate
A consultation paper has been prepared to facilitate greater understanding of our work so far and the proposed activity. Key questions are raised throughout the consultation paper on which we seek your feedback. Please submit your responses using the Engage Victoria web page.
Your feedback will be used to assist us in making decisions around the final form of the proposed activity, and to identify potential issues or risks which the activity may introduce.
Privacy collection notice
The department is committed to protecting personal information provided by you in accordance with the principles of the Victorian privacy laws. The information you share with us in your responses will be used only for the purpose of this consultation. We will also share your submission with the Essential Services Commission, who regulate and administer the VEU program. Where you choose to provide personal information, the department may use it to provide you consolidated feedback on the submissions we receive or to seek clarification on your submission.
Information you provide may also be published as part of reporting back on the consultation, however the department will not disclose any information without your consent. All fields on this form relating to personal information are optional.
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