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‘Default market offer’ and ‘reference price’ explained
You may have recently heard the terms ‘default market offer’ or ‘reference price’ in the media in relation to electricity offers. They relate to new rules for retailers operating in New South Wales, South Australia and South East Queensland. If you live in these regions, what does this all mean for you?
Be in the know – 1 July energy price rises, you and your bill
It’s that time of year again when energy retailers make changes to their prices – so you may see an increase to your energy prices.
Time to check out peak prices
What time do you use most of your electricity? Understanding how the price of your electricity can change depending on when you use it, could help you save money.
Summer is coming….
Time to escape high energy heat? Here are some tips to help keep you cool this summer.
Understanding energy plans
There are some things you should keep in mind when comparing plans.
GreenPower is an easy way to support renewable energy. Here’s how it works.
Don’t be dazzled by discounts
How to understand the real value of a discount.
Energy around the house
Where do you use the most energy?
The heat is on… but you can manage it efficiently
Summer is around the corner and the higher temperatures can bring higher energy bills. There’s no need to go off the boil, here are some tips to help you chill in the heat.
Benefit periods and contract terms – how do they work?
When you’re comparing plans, sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference between a plan with a benefit period, and a plan with a contract term. Here’s how they work.