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Biggest Changes to Energy Prices in a Generation on July 1

Biggest Changes to Energy Prices in a Generation on July 1

Electricity relief is on its way for some 758,000 households who are currently stuck on expensive standing offers.   On July 1 2019 all customers not receiving an electricity discount will be automatically switched to a Default Market Offer (DMO), saving some households between $118 and $181 a year across New South Wales, South-East Queensland and South Australia. Similar changes from July 1... read more>
Lower Power Prices For Some But Possibly Not All

Lower Power Prices For Some But Possibly Not All

Just when you thought you might have the peculiar world of electricity prices sort of understood along comes another mouthful of jargon to mull over. The good news is that the new Default Market Offer (DMO) might help save 758,000 households some serious money such as $180 a year in some states and they don’t have to do anything. These are typically the people who despite the entreati... read more>
Lower Power Prices For Some But Possibly Not All

Lower Power Prices For Some But Possibly Not All

Just when you thought you might have the peculiar world of electricity prices sort of understood along comes another mouthful of jargon to mull over. The good news is that the new Default Market Offer (DMO) might help save 758,000 households some serious money such as $180 a year in some states and they don’t have to do anything. These are typically the people who despite the entreati... read more>
How Power Prices are Completely Changing on July 1

How Power Prices are Completely Changing on July 1

From July 1, power prices in Australia will never be the same again. The years of discounts as big as 45% in some states, and prices that are some of the biggest in the world, are over. That’s because the federal government has acted to introduce a new ‘Default Market Offer’, or benchmark bill, for your electricity. This change will affect millions of Aussies in the switching areas... read more>