VDO residential and small business customers could see their annual bills reduced in 2022, according to the ESC’s draft proposal.
On 1 September, most customers on the Victorian Default Offer (VDO) will see their electricity bills increase. Read on for what you need to know.
New homes could soon see their energy costs dramatically reduced as part of an initiative that will transform the residential home building industry. Read more.
If you’re using more electricity at home during lockdown, here are six ways you could reduce electricity bills. Read more.
Demand-based pricing will soon be introduced for solar panel owners who export electricity back to the grid, but free options will remain. Read more.
Households in NSW who need extra assistance paying their energy bills will be eligible for more financial support through the EAPA scheme. Read more.
Customers currently locked down in NSW and QLD won’t have their energy disconnected under new AER rules – providing they advise their retailer if they’re struggling.
A plan that could see solar panel owners charged for sending electricity back to the grid has been strongly backed by consumers, a new survey shows. Read more.
With the Switch for Solar pilot program, eligible SA residents can switch concessions for free solar PV systems. Learn more.
Victorian electricity consumers will see surprise mid-year hikes to the flat VDO tariff rates they pay, following an announcement from the ESC.
New data shows that alarming number of Victorians are having their gas and electricity disconnected during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more.
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