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Snagging a top electricity deal with Mozo

Living in NSW means that you can choose which electricity plan and provider you use. NSW is a deregulated market so there are a number of new providers offering electricity services so if it has been a while since you could save lots of money by switching. With Mozo's free comparison tool, you can compare your existing plan with plans from other electricity providers based on your home's electricity usage. We'll give you cost estimates for each plan so you can compare these to find one that suits you best. Not everyone is looking for the cheapest plan, some people are more interested in green or renewable energy options. Our service is free and there is no obligation to switch, so why not see if you could save by switching.

*To calculate the potential savings figure Mozo identified the lowest plan provided by Mozo and highest cost plan in each energy distributor state region based on the average residential usage in that state. The costs data used across the state is current at 17 August 2020. Not all plans will be available via the Mozo energy comparison service. Your individual usage and location, along with which plan you are on and which plans are available on the Mozo site at any given time, will vary the savings you may be able to achieve using the Mozo energy comparison service.

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Electricity Provider Reviews

Origin Energy Electricity
Overall 5/10
if you can afford it get solar!

our energy bill fluctuates so much its ridiculous ! We tried to change our bills to a more frequent time, but it doesn't matter either way, electricity costs so much, but why when we could have free energy, which is being held against humanity. Just saying!

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our energy bill fluctuates so much its ridiculous ! We tried to change our bills to a more frequent time, but it doesn't matter either way, electricity costs so much, but why when we could have free energy, which is being held against humanity. Just saying!

Price
1/10
Bill clarity
10/10
Customer service
10/10
Green Friendly
4/10
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Jasmine, Queensland, reviewed 11 days ago
Red Energy Electricity
Overall 9/10
100% australian

100% owned and operated in melbourne, ran by snowy hydro which assures the green rating

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100% owned and operated in melbourne, ran by snowy hydro which assures the green rating

Price
10/10
Bill clarity
7/10
Customer service
9/10
Green Friendly
7/10
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Beau, New South Wales, reviewed 11 days ago
AGL Electricity
Overall 7/10
Sceptical but appreciative of reliability

I've discovered that I don't know a lot about 'green energy' as such . It's not that I'm ignorant of carbon emissions and footprints.., it just seems more complex and standards seem to change all the time. I try to stay informed but there's a lot I don't understand, nor is anyone able to explain it in a way that makes sense. I've shopped around and tried various energy providers but I seem to always go back to the 'big guys', just like the banks, phone companies and internet providers.. the prices seem competitive.. and suits my budget, (if that is a thing anymore..) And I love a service that is reliable and doesn't succumb to interruptions (unless by act of god) I don't mind paying for the extra piece of mind for a reliable service...

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I've discovered that I don't know a lot about 'green energy' as such . It's not that I'm ignorant of carbon emissions and footprints.., it just seems more complex and standards seem to change all the time. I try to stay informed but there's a lot I don't understand, nor is anyone able to explain it in a way that makes sense. I've shopped around and tried various energy providers but I seem to always go back to the 'big guys', just like the banks, phone companies and internet providers.. the prices seem competitive.. and suits my budget, (if that is a thing anymore..) And I love a service that is reliable and doesn't succumb to interruptions (unless by act of god) I don't mind paying for the extra piece of mind for a reliable service...

Price
7/10
Bill clarity
7/10
Customer service
7/10
Green Friendly
6/10
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Zoe, Queensland, reviewed 11 days ago

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