An energy market newcomer, Enova was established in 2016 with the aim of offering affordable energy and supporting communities to reach their renewable energy goals by funnelling 50% of its profits back into the local economy.
Enova Energy operates on the Essential Energy networks, so it’s available in most parts of NSW. But the company aims to provide a model that can be copied by communities across the country.
Enova has energy plans for homes and businesses, from an economy plan with discounts for paying on time, to plans for all your solar, renewable or Greenpower needs.
Choose 20%, 50% or 100% Greenpower for your electricity plan.
If you have solar panels installed, you can snag a generous feed-in tariff on every kWh you generate.
Your energy bills could be going towards community projects and assistance for low socioeconomic households.
Decide Enova’s not for you? No problem, there are no exit fees for cancelling your plan.
Eco-friendly Aussies will appreciate the chance to save trees by receiving their electricity bill online.
Enova employs locals to help you manage your energy needs.
It’s easy to switch to Enova Energy - all you need to do is give them a call, or fill in the online switch form.
If you’re moving house, make sure you give Enova Energy as much notice as possible by calling their service line, and on moving day, make sure there’s safe access to your meter so the switch can be made.
The Mozo communicty has rated Enova Energy products and services on different specifications ranging from pricing and bill clarity to customer satisfaction and green energy.
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Want to know if Enova Energy is the right option for you or your community? Then why not compare it to the other energy plans on the market and see which option will net you better value. You can do this by using Mozo's free energy comparison tool.