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If you've just received your latest electricity bill in the mail and it was higher than you'd expected, it could be time to switch providers. Mozo compares a wide range of providers and plans that are available in Victoria. You might be after a cheap plan or one that allows you to buy 100% green energy, whatever your need, you can find a plan that's suitable, based on your energy needs. The important thing to know is that energy plans change all the time and so if you haven't switched in a while you could find that you're paying more than you need to. Give our comparison tool a whirl. It doesn't cost you anything and there is no obligation to switch. You could end up saving hundreds of dollars!
*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.
I find Engery Australia really good the price isn’t too bad and the costumer service has been extremely good so farRead full review
I find Engery Australia really good the price isn’t too bad and the costumer service has been extremely good so far
It is not obvious how competative they are. Being told you have a X% discount is nonsense. The only number that counts is cost per KW hour and it is not easy to find that priceRead full review
It is not obvious how competative they are. Being told you have a X% discount is nonsense. The only number that counts is cost per KW hour and it is not easy to find that price
If I had enough time or energy, I would do more market analysis because I’m not very confident in Dodo. In particular, I don’t think they are reading the correct meter, but as I live in an apartment, even my building manager wasn’t able to confirm whether or not the meter is actually mine! Their website is very lacking and won’t show proper utility usage based on period because that function is broken.Read full review
If I had enough time or energy, I would do more market analysis because I’m not very confident in Dodo. In particular, I don’t think they are reading the correct meter, but as I live in an apartment, even my building manager wasn’t able to confirm whether or not the meter is actually mine! Their website is very lacking and won’t show proper utility usage based on period because that function is broken.
Desperate to keep your energy bills down due to the rising cost of electricity?
While it may be more efficient to use the dryer than hang out your clothes on a sunny day, new research from ING has found that poor energy habits like this are costing Aussie adults an estimated $756 per year.
As the winter chill sets in, families across the country are cranking up the heat to stay warm and cosy. However, with the rising cost of electricity, keeping your energy bill in check can be a real challenge. The good news is, there are plenty of fun and creative ways for families to save on electricity without sacrificing comfort. So, put on your thinking caps and get ready for some exciting ideas to reduce your energy consumption while still enjoying a fun-filled winter season with the whole family.
Energy prices are about to get a whole lot more expensive, with new default market offers from the Australian Energy Regulator set to raise bills by up to nearly 25%. If you haven’t considered switching providers, you could be leaving money on the table.
Winter is coming, and unfortunately along with it higher energy bills. The Australian Energy Regulator recently issued its decision on the default market offers that set the baseline for retailers, and from July electricity prices will rise by up to a quarter in some states. This means that now is the time to check that you’re not spending more than you need to on heating your home. While turning down the heating or forgoing the electric blanket on some nights is bound to save you some money on your household energy bill, the biggest savings could be accessed by switching to a better value plan.How much could you save? Well, our researchers found that on average, households could save $464 per year for residential electricity and $204 per year for residential gas by comparing providers^.If you are dreading the impact power hikes might have on your own electricity and gas bills this winter, it makes sense to do a quick price review. Try our Free energy plan comparison service to compare some options available in your postcode and see if you could save by switching.