The Energy Efficiency Information Grants (EEIG) program was established with $40 million. EEIG was a merit-based and competitive grants program. It helped industry associations and non-profits to provide practical, tailored energy efficiency information to SMEs and community organisations.

A broad range of sectors were covered by the EEIG program through 46 projects, including agriculture and food processing, commercial property, community services, manufacturing, retail, and tourism.

This evaluation report examines the experiences and outcomes of the EEIG program.