With more than 20 years of experience, Pacific Hydro builds and operates renewable energy projects and supplies electricity and carbon abatements products for residential as well as business needs in Victoria and South Australia.
Created in 1992, Pacific Hydro is owned by the IFM Australian Infrastructure Fund. While it was founded in Australia, Pacific Hydro has developed a range of hydro and wind projects in Asia Pacific as well as South America.
Pacific Hydro supplies electricity services to residential customers in South Australia as well as Victoria.
With Pacific Hydro, you can choose from multiple competitive electricity packages for your home. It offers electricity deals with no exit fees, late payments charges or credit card surcharges. Or, you can go for a flexible energy plan with no lock in contract. The supplied electricity through these plans comes from both non-renewable as well as renewable sources.
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Pacific Hydro is committed to a clean energy future with a number of hydro and wind power projects at varying stages of development and operation in Australia, Brazil and Chile. While it currently uses electricity from the National Electricity Market which is made up from renewable and non-renewable sources, it is working on a range of products that will allow customers to purchase their electricity solely from renewable sources.
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With Pacific Hydro you can choose from a number of payment options such as direct debit, BPAY and Credit Card. You also have the option to pay your bill in person at any Australia Post office branch. Alternatively, you can mail a cheque or money order along with your payment slip to their Melbourne address.
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Pacific Hydro offers a range of concessions for its energy customers. Rebates are state based and you will need to look up the eligibility criteria for each scheme individually. Some common concessions include low income rebate, pensioner concession and medical concession. If you think you are eligible for any of the concessions then call the hotline number provided on the Pacific Hydro website for further information.
If you want to move or switch your electricity plan to Pacific Hydro, you will need to complete an online application or call its customer service hotline.
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