Deregulation promotes greater competition in the market and encourages more retailers to set up shop. This offers consumers the potential to buy cheaper electricity than was previously available under the highly regulated government run systems. If energy prices are re-regulated, retailers will have to offer customers a basic electricity service, at or below a price set by the regulator.
Do you wish your energy bills were lower? Utilities have never been more expensive in Australia than they are today. Fortunately, there are a number of low- or no-cost steps you can take to save money and help the planet.
With large energy price hikes happening around the country, we’re reminded about how important it is for businesses to get the most competitive rates for their energy. Here are some common reasons why Aussie businesses are paying too much on their energy bills.
The re-regulation of electricity prices might be the only option if retail power prices continue to rise. A recent government appointed panel found that deregulation of the market and increased competition did not achieve the promised outcome and was hurting Australian families and businesses.
People are turning to solar energy to power up their homes in a cost efficient way. According to statistics, one out of five Australian households is using solar energy for their electricity and hot water.
The July 1 energy price rise is almost here. Wondering what you can you do to save on your business energy? Read our top tips and start saving today.
Looking to reduce your energy usage in 2016? We think that starting with an energy audit is a great idea - read our article on tips on conducting an energy audit at your home or business for 2016
We're taking a look at whether a fan or an air conditioner is better when staying cool and keeping costs down this summer.
Save both energy and money this Christmas with our selection of three lovely lights that are perfect for adding a festive twinkle to your home or garden!
Looking for ways to cut back on your energy usage this Christmas? Look no further as we have five tips to help you reduce spends and energy use this Christmas time.