This scheme provides a subsidy to help offset the energy costs associated with temperature control at their home for financially disadvantaged people or their dependents with thermoregulatory dysfunction. It began in January 2007.
The subsidy is intended for people who hold means tested concession cards, (or the dependents of people who hold means tested concession cards) and who require heating and/or cooling to control the temperature in their homes under specialist medical advice.
In order to qualify for the Thermoregulatory Dysfunction subsidy, the patient must:
Primary Qualifying Conditions
Secondary Qualifying Criteria
An applicant for the subsidy may be either:
The patient, who requires heating and/or cooling for their own use; OR
The guardian or primary caregiver of a person who utilises the energy for heating and/or cooling in their home.
However, the applicant must hold one of the following:
Fact Sheet and Application Form
Contacts for more information about the Thermoregulatory Dysfunction Energy Subsidy Scheme:
Office of State RevenueGPO Box T1600PERTH WA 6845
Plaza Level200 St George's TerracePERTH(8:00am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday)
08 9262 1373
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