Emerald Planet is a leading Australian-owned manufacturer and distributor of smart energy-efficient solutions, with deep expertise in LED lighting. We have been at the forefront of the environmental abatement market, with a vision to reduce greenhouse emissions through smart technology, since our inception in 2006. Our understanding and involvement across national carbon abatement energy-efficiency schemes have evolved to offer a wide range of technologically superior products across residential, commercial and industrial sectors.


Emerald Planet’s difference is our ability to design products to deliver optimum energy-efficiency, performance and reliability at affordable price points. Our focus on research and development, product quality, collaborative customer engagement and the ongoing development of our market expertise is the winning formula behind our success.


As we continue to innovate and operate at the forefront of energy-efficient technology, we remain committed to successful customer outcomes and the formation of long-lasting, trusted relationships.

Emerald Planet – In Focus


We remain committed to successful customer outcomes and the formation of long-lasting trusted relationships.


Emerald planet aspires to enable a sustainable future by designing, building, manufacturing and distributing high performance energy efficient products.



VEU 2021 target update announcement summary

Last night the Victorian Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, Lily D’Ambrosio, announced the VEU target for 2021 would remain the same as the 2020 target (6.5 million tonnes). Please click HERE to view the letter from the Minister.   This announcement was made in the context of the delayed outcome of the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning’s (DELWP) December 2019 Regulatory Impact Statement (RIS) concerning the annual targets for 2021 to 2025, originally due to be handed down earlier this year. With the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the RIS, along with the accompanying Lighting Activities Issues Paper, were not announced to market against their original timeframes.   Importantly, the minister also announced that, “there will be minimal changes to the program in 2021”. This implies that DELWP’s proposed decision to remove the majority of lighting activities from the program by February 2021 would not occur, instead that this decision would be left to a later date.    In a positive move for the VEU, the minister reiterated the government’s commitment to, “setting ambitious targets for...

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COVID-19: an update for our customers

Dear Customers,   At Emerald Planet, our priority is always serving our customers and the communities we operate in. We seek to provide a safe environment for our customers and colleagues and in times such as these, we believe it is our role and responsibility to do our best to ensure we can provide access to the products people need, while doing everything we can to keep our customers and our team safe and healthy.   Firstly, we would like to reassure you that although we are taking extra steps to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our staff, customers and suppliers, Emerald Planet is still operating a ‘business as usual’ approach with some additional measures set in place to reduce risk levels.  Extra Measures > All Emerald Planet staff are work remotely from home.  > Team members who are not feeling well are advised to stay at home and follow Government guidelines. > Staff have postponed travel arrangements until a later stage. > Customer contact is recommended via phone and email only. Product Stock & Deliveries Our focus is...

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ACT Tennis Centre Lighting Upgrade

“Gone are the days of guessing where the ball is!” BACKGROUND The Tennis Centre has 8 tennis courts, 4 synthetic grass tennis courts and 4 plexi cushion hard courts, six of which are flood-lit. Their newly renovated clubhouse is equipped with social facilities, wifi, an action Pro Shop and a huge viewing deck. The Tennis Centre have a thriving membership-base and regularly stage social and formal competitions throughout the year. PROJECT The Tennis Centre’s primary objective is to make tennis accessible and enjoyable for all. Recognising that their old mercury vapour lighting (1200 watts per light) were not fit for purpose and not compliant with competition-level Australian LED lighting standards, the Tennis Centre worked hard to raise the appropriate funds for the much needed lighting upgrade to all flood-lit tennis courts. OUR SOLUTION Gone are the days of guessing where the ball is thanks to the supply and installation of 22 new sports lights provided by Emerald Planet in partnership with a valued installation company. The Tennis Centre have substantially enhanced players and spectator experience, maximising the opportunity for members...

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Delivering energy savings for a premier property management group

"Achieving a dramatic 70-percent energy-saving"    BACKGROUND  A premier property development company with a history spanning over 150 years in Australia, offering end-to-end property management solutions across a diverse range of developments. PROJECT  The property development company knew it was time for a change when their existing light fixtures, T8 fluorescent tubes, were starting to fail and associated maintenance costs were increasing year on year. Dated fluorescent tubes are notoriously inefficient, and often start to flicker as they age.  OUR SOLUTION In collaboration with our specialist delivery partner, Green Energy Victoria, Emerald Planet provided a range of lighting upgrades across a prestigious Melbourne Business Park, including:   5,000 LED Panels Over 1,000 LED Downlights  600 LED Battens   The property management group have reported a dramatic 70 percent lighting energy-saving since the lighting upgrade project completion, along with a substantial reduction in ongoing lighting maintenance costs due to product quality and reliability.

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Smoke Alarm Association

Energy Efficiency Council (EEC)

Energy Saving Industry Association (ESIA)


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