In these unprecedented times, every dollar counts In the past 10 years we have found Aussies $358+ million savings on their energy bills. Get a quick and free comparison service to find out what you could save.
Make it Cheaper is proud to support the Vinnies Bushfire Appeal to help rebuild affected communities across Australia.
New energy price regulations are coming into effect from today that will automatically reduce rates for some small business and residential energy customers. However there is concern the new laws will create further confusion in the energy market, leading some customers to believe they will no longer need to shop around for better deals on their bills.
Make it Cheaper is pleased to announce a partnership with Gymnastics Australia in a multi-year deal aimed at helping members and clubs reduce rising energy costs. The partnership will provide GA members and clubs, in states with deregulated energy markets, with a free energy comparison service.
In addition to automatically lower prices for customers on standing offers, new regulations in Victoria are set to make electricity bills easier for customers to read and understand from 1 July 2019. Here's what you need to know about changes to the Victorian Energy Retail Code and how they will affect your energy bill if you live or have a business premised in the state.
A surprise 25% increase in gas production royalties in the Queensland state budget has prompted warnings of energy price rises for Australian households and businesses.
The Victorian Essential Services Commission (ESC) has released its final advice to the state government on the Victorian Default Offer (VDO) set to take effect from July 1 this year. Here's what you need to know about the changes and their impact on retail energy prices in Victoria.
Australia's major energy retailers in New South Wales, Queensland and South Australia will be updating their electricity and gas price tariffs on 1 July. See how the price will change for your energy provider here.
In a surprise win by the Morrison government at Saturday's federal election, Australian businesses and households will be looking at how the Coalition government plans to tackle energy policy in the wake of a decade of prices rises. Here's what we can expect to see from energy policy in 2019.
New Default Market Offer (DMO) energy prices are one of the biggest shake ups to Australian retail energy market in recent years - the result of regulatory pressure on retailers to reduce prices and cut the 'loyalty tax' imposed on Australian households and businesses.