Will new default energy rates reduce your bills in 2019? Probably not.
Can you really save hundreds, or even thousands of dollars per year by using a free service?
Australia’s largest energy retailer AGL has announced plans to increase power prices in the new year. This comes on the back of a recent predictions from EnergyAustralia and Origin Energy, who recently foreshadowed new year default power price hikes of 14.4 to 14.9 per cent.
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.
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.
There have been a couple of questions that have been on every household's mind in recent years. Why are electricity prices rising? Will they keep rising? How can I keep up?
Energy Minister Mark McArdle is doing a very bad job at attempting to pull the wool over the eyes...
Make It Cheaper on Today Tonight talking about inaccurate billing, and the impact price rises...
Make It Cheaper highlights the rich vs poor divide in energy prices on a regional basis: