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If you're looking to save money, switching energy plans could save you hundreds of dollars a year. As a resident of South Australia you've got choice when it comes to choosing an electricity supplier to power your home. So if you find a better deal, why not switch? Here on Mozo we help you to compare energy plans from a wide range of providers. You can see which providers service your South Australian postcode with our comparison tool. We'll give you cost estimates so that you can compare plans and features. Not everyone wants the cheapest energy deal available. If you'd like a plan that uses renewable energy or green energy these plans can be more expensive. If you find a better deal on Mozo you can apply to switch direct through our website. There is no need to call your old supplier or phone the energy company. Our service is 100% online so you can do everything from the comfort of your couch. Get started now.
When cyclones come through our area, I am VERY grateful Ergon has the resources to get the system back up and running.Read full review
When cyclones come through our area, I am VERY grateful Ergon has the resources to get the system back up and running.
It took them over 6 weeks to transfer me (inc 10 day cooling off). In which time it was difficult to communicate as they don’t have a phone number. I feel like they don’t value me as a customer, as my requests were not responded to in a timely way. Also, I was misled when signing up that the process would complete in 2 weeks. I will see how it goes over the next few months.Read full review
It took them over 6 weeks to transfer me (inc 10 day cooling off). In which time it was difficult to communicate as they don’t have a phone number. I feel like they don’t value me as a customer, as my requests were not responded to in a timely way. Also, I was misled when signing up that the process would complete in 2 weeks. I will see how it goes over the next few months.
A new report from the Climate Council has seen Australia ranked worst in the developed world for climate action and fossil fuel use. Despite a shift towards cleaner energy, Australia has left things until too late to make a difference, the report finds.
While Australia still includes fossil fuels in its energy mix, renewable energy sources are on the rise. And it seems Australian consumers are following the industry’s lead, with our nation remaining a global leader in uptake of solar power system installation, according to the CSIRO.
With Aussies spending more time at home than ever before thanks to pandemic restrictions, you might’ve seen a recent spike in your energy bills. This means finding a competitive energy deal is all the more crucial.
The New South Wales government has announced a new green hydrogen plan that will offer $3 billion in incentives and look to attract over $80 billion in investments, as the state continues the push towards more renewable energy and reduced emissions.
The Northern Territory has announced a new plan that will help it achieve 50% renewable energy share and a 50% reduction in emissions by 2030. The new plan follows similar emissions reduction targets implemented in NSW and the ACT in recent weeks.
As we know, the COVID-19 lockdown began in early March, which saw many Aussies having to adjust to work life from the comfort of their couch or unfortunately, experience financial hardship for the very first time.
As Aussies across the country ease themselves back into work following the Christmas break, the Victorian government has been well ahead of the game, announcing its decision for the Victorian Default Offer (VDO).
While the winter chill is certain to send shivers up the spines of many Aussies, the dreaded July 1 energy price update may have a similar effect.