With a Twitter feud raging over the definition of 'fair dinkum' energy policy, it has been interesting to observe the lack of attention on the role of private sector innovations. As CEO of Australia's leading SME focused energy broker, I would like to set the politics of energy aside and instead outline how our company is helping Australian businesses save costs, reinvest in their operations and pass savings onto the consumer.
The latest report by the Queensland Competition Authority has revealed a continuation of declining prices on offer from energy retailers in South East Queensland and stark differences between the most expensive and least expensive retail rates.
It was just one year ago the team at Make it Cheaper had a vision to help Australians say goodbye to expensive, non-competitive energy deals with zero hassle, no cost and big savings.
The latest NSW Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribune (IPART) review of the competitiveness of the retail energy market has revealed the extent customers are being punished for failing to shop for better deals between retailers.
The Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) has announced a new five day notice period before planned electricity and gas price rises for energy customers.
According to the latest released consumer price index (CPI) figures from the ABS, the cost of electricity and gas were the fastest rising household expenses for Australians in the last decade, trailing only increases in the costs of tobacco and tailored cigarettes.
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A study of over 22,000 business and household energy customer’s bills in the first half of 2018 by energy comparison company Make it Cheaper has revealed most customers are paying for unnecessarily high bills if they fail to compare multiple retailer offers.
The National Energy Guarantee (NEG) was endorsed by an overwhelming majority of Coalition MPs in a party room meeting today, clearing the way for new legislation to be tabled as early as this week.
The Turnbull Government’s proposed National Energy Guarantee (NEG) has won a small victory today with state and territory governments avoiding any action to block the scheme in a Council of Australian Governments (COAG) decision in Sydney.